WASHINTON, D.C. — The U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed nation in the world with rates more than double the rate of any of its peer nations. Tuesday, the White House held the first-ever federal Maternal ...Read More
T’wina In the News
(Washington, D.C.) – Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), Chair of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, joined Vice President Harris and the White House during their Maternal Health Day of Action Summit. Senator Murray participated in ...Read More
Twenty years ago, when I moved to Washington state as part of a military family stationed at Fort Lewis, juggling our month-to-month bills on a single enlisted salary was a constant struggle. My family, and many of our friends and ...Read More
From pioneering democratic presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm to political powerhouse Stacey Abrams, Black women have historically been instrumental in shaping the landscape of politics. Rosa Franklin—a woman who broke racial and gender barriers in Washington state’s political sphere—is being celebrated ...Read More
The OL Reign opened the 2021 Challenge Cup campaign in front of fans wearing their new home kits. Ad space on professional sports uniforms or equipment is a hot commodity, especially given the losses sports leagues have suffered amid the ...Read More
The words are as powerful and prescient now as they were back then.
“Courage is the saving grace in this tense world racial situation,” Tacoma’s Nettie Asberry told The News Tribune. “Courage of the white people who dare to show their ...Read More
KENT, Wash. — Sonia Joseph hopes the death of her son will help change a state law.
In June 2017, a Kent police officer shot and killed 20-year-old Giovonn Joseph-McDade following a chase with officers.
The city of Kent settled a lawsuit ...Read More
This month, Washington and Oregon both passed legislation to make Juneteenth — a day that commemorates the freeing of enslaved people in Texas in 1865 — official state holidays.
According to the Associated Press, Washington officials passed a measure to make ...Read More
OLYMPIA — Senate Democrats passed cap-and-trade and low-carbon fuels bills Thursday evening, moving to reduce global greenhouse emissions by 0.1% by 2030.
Republicans said the twin bills will drive up gasoline prices and electric rates, but will have no affect on ...Read More
OLYMPIA – Juneteenth is one step closer to becoming a paid state holiday in Washington, after a bill passage in the state Senate on Friday.
Juneteenth celebrates June 19, 1865, the day enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, finally learned that the ...Read More