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Fist fights & spray paint: Right wing retaliates against abortion rights rally
LOCAL

Fist fights & spray paint: Right wing retaliates against abortion rights rally

On Tuesday, March 8, Resist Fascism held its first abortion rights walkout, encouraging everyone to leave work and school at 1 p.m. to protest recent moves by states to criminalize abortion.

Escape to the slopes this weekend with Pride in the Pow
LOCAL

Escape to the slopes this weekend with Pride in the Pow

This weekend, the Enumclaw-based ski resort, just over two hours from Seattle, will host MTN Pride: Pride in the Pow.

FDA authorizes marketing for first approved anal intercourse condom
NATIONAL

FDA authorizes marketing for first approved anal intercourse condom

The FDA announced the authorization of the marketing of the first condoms specifically to reduce sexually transmitted infections during anal intercourse.

Florida's new "Don't Say Gay" law runs into legal trouble: May violate federal civil rights laws
NATIONAL

Florida's new "Don't Say Gay" law runs into legal trouble: May violate federal civil rights laws

Florida's newly passed "Don't Say Gay" law is running into possible legal challenges.

Two research studies shed light on LGBTQ adversity and mental health
NATIONAL

Two research studies shed light on LGBTQ adversity and mental health

Two studies released in February by Vanderbilt University and the Trevor Project highlight hardships experienced by LGBTQ youth — some of which extend into adulthood.

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Arts & Entertainment

Immigrant tale: Seattle filmmaker Wes Hurley on making Potato Dreams of America

Immigrant tale: Seattle filmmaker Wes Hurley on making Potato Dreams of America

An interview with local filmmaker Wes Hurley as his film Potato Dreams of America hits wide release.

Local

Seattleites protest against the war in Ukraine

Seattleites protest against the war in Ukraine

On Sunday, March 6, 2022, concerned Seattleites gathered in front of Seattle Central College to protest the war in Ukraine.

National

Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act passes Congress, goes to president

Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act passes Congress, goes to president

The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act easily passed the US Senate on March 7 and now heads to President Biden's desk for his signature.

International

International News Highlights — March 11, 2022

International News Highlights — March 11, 2022

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending March 11, 2022.