Faith-based Lynden group works for racial unity

July 1, 2022
Clifford Heberden

Racial tensions in Lynden in 2020 galvanized the formation of a group working to build bridges between communities and cultures.

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Women who lead: San Juans to have first all-woman county council

June 28, 2022
Nancy DeVaux

San Juan County is on track to have its first all-woman county council next year.

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Transformative power of uplifting diversity is at work in Whatcom

June 10, 2022
Mike Sato

Positive images of contributions made by BIPOC members of the community are needed to transform negative stereotypes, asserts the lead planner of an event designed to do just that.

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Editor’s Desk / Readers respond to NewsMatch challenge

December 9, 2021
Mike Sato

Salish Current is not done fundraising for matching funds yet; we still have a few thousand dollars more to raise — but we’ve come a long way with the votes of confidence cast by donors in our Publisher’s Circle. The Circle’s grown and shows the breadth and depth of support from readers in Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit counties.

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Voters to have their say — amid controversy — on San Juan County charter amendments

October 28, 2021
Heather Spaulding

San Juan County voters will have had their say by Nov. 2 on hotly debated amendments to their charter proposed by the Charter Review Commission. The amendments have raised controversy, with one group launching a campaign encouraging voters to reject all the proposals.

 

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