There seems to be a dark cloud hugging America at this time and many are wondering how to break from it. The weight of people’s pain, confusion, anger, and the sound of the Bob Marley’s redemption song seems to be flooding the streets of Seattle. The day to day conversation seems to be torn into […]
Opinion: In the Trump Era, Nonprofits Need a New Social Contract With Foundations by Vu Le Published NOVEMBER 14, 2016 The nonprofit world woke up last week to a surreal and terrifying new reality, one that must force us all to operate differently. To see our nation choosing walls, divisiveness, xenophobia, and demagoguery over love, hope, diversity, […]
Seattle Weekly recently published a feature of RVC highlighting the organization’s beginning and its fellows.
“El Pueblo Hunido Jamas Sera Vencido” May Day or International Workers Day is one of my favorite days of the year. Celebrated on May 1st, May Day is a celebration of the working classes, it is a day for the people whose voices are silenced to be heard and a day for those that are […]
One of the first questions I ever asked Erin was, “What exactly does Southeast Seattle Education Coalition (SESEC) do?” It was a question that I, quite honestly, struggled to answer for the first few months of my fellowship. My mind had not completely wrapped itself around the idea of working for a coalition and what […]