On the Depp v. Heard trial, the politics of crying, the unique misogyny actresses face, and the dangerous fears of white women who are true crime fans
Last week, Vice published my article about second chance employers and the barriers people face when looking for work after prison. I worried a lot over…
Each year on January 11, Human Trafficking Awareness Day is recognized across the U.S. This year, we should examine what we are actually building…
Only a few hours left to vote today, Seattle!
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” — Oscar Wilde
Before I was a homeless teenager, I was a child actor in the 90s with parents who circumvented child labor laws, the Coogan Act, and SAG-AFTRA union…
Danny Westneat and the Uncompassionate Seattle Amendment Charter
Our legal system treats children like we’re living in a Monty Python sketch about the Middle Ages
I joined AmeriCorps out of desperation when I graduated during the 2008 recession. I hope Gen Z doesn’t make the same mistake during COVID's dismal job…
My journey down the rabbit hole of trying to understand how someone who also grew up homeless could possibly vote against raising the minimum wage
I don’t know if all journalists cry after interviews, but I cried after listening to the arduous and beautiful journey of the Alati family. I’m so…
No one who has ever lived in the Pacific Northwest should be surprised that a QAnon mayor took over the town of Sequim