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A safe home for all DV survivors

Domestic violence has long been a leading cause of homelessness for women and children. Let's change that.

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“Create Change” — A day to change how we think about art, advocacy and homelessness

At The Seattle Public Library’s “Create Change: Youth & Family Homelessness and the Arts” event on Oct. 29, 2016, I had the opportunity to come together with a community of people to find out how art can be used to take action towards ending youth and family homelessness. You can see an in-depth description of the full day of performances, speakers and arts events here in this story by my colleague Shan.

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A safe home for all DV survivors

Domestic violence has long been a leading cause of homelessness for women and children. Let's change that.

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Pathways to Great Jobs for Washington Students in Washington State

The Washington Roundtable has set an ambitious goal: By 2030, 70 percent of Washington students will earn a postsecondary credential by the age of 26.

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What to Keep in Mind About Today’s Students

When the latest movie portrays the American college experience, it portrays an 18-year-old heading off to a dorm room. That middle class teenager is far from home for the first time, and is often not too under-resourced—or too homesick—to leave everything behind and head down to Miami for spring break. The reality is radically different.

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New Photography Exhibit Sheds Light on Reality of Homelessness in Seattle

Visit the exhibit "Tiny: Streetwise Revisited," at the Seattle Central Library.

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