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What does racism look like in 2021?
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What does racism look like in 2021?

There are terms used to describe the racism plaguing our country that some may or may not have heard before, like systemic racism, structural racism, white privilege, and white fragility. They define the Black experience in America, but what do these term

This week in SGN History: 10 Years Ago
LOCAL

This week in SGN History: 10 Years Ago

Over 47 years, the Seattle Gay News has covered thousands of stories that still resonate today. This week we look back at Vol. 39, Issue 22, published on June 4, 2011.

International Highlights 6/4/21
INTERNATIONAL

International Highlights 6/4/21

International news highlights from the week of 6/4/2021 compiled by Daniel Lindsley SGN Contributing Writer

Hetero: The authentic Queer coming of age
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Hetero: The authentic Queer coming of age

For so many, coming of age is something first experienced on the screen. Often, a first crush, a sexual awakening, or a glimpse into the glamorous lives of teens comes from those classic movies and TV sitcoms and dramas we all remember growing up watchin

King's Books: The reading heart of Tacoma
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

King's Books: The reading heart of Tacoma

Nestled on a quiet street in Tacoma sits a reader's paradise. As soon as one walks into King's Books, a sense of calm takes over. The quaint shop evokes home, from the friendly scent of worn pages to the quiet mews of the resident cat, Herbert.

1001 great films (part 4)
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

1001 great films (part 4)

Sean Connery, the art/artist debate, and longing to be a "golden girl"

Lambert House: Socially distanced but socially connected
LOCAL

Lambert House: Socially distanced but socially connected

Seattle has lots of resources for LGBTQ+ adults, but every confident Gay grown-up was most likely once an awkward or lonely Gay teen. And Lambert House has been helping to turn awkwardness and loneliness into confidence and community since its beginnings

Last responders: funeral providers adjust to challenging times
LOCAL

Last responders: funeral providers adjust to challenging times

In light of ever-changing guidelines from local and federal governments, Seattle-area funeral providers, sometimes dubbed "last responders," have faced hurdles that have led both funeral homes and loved ones to limit memorial services or wait long stretch

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