When Marla Donaldson marched through Seattle during the inaugural Women’s March last year, she held a sign that declared: “Now you’ve pissed off Grandma!”One year later, the Mercer Island resident has amended her declaration. Now, she’s “really” pissed off. “All of the horrible things that are happening that are being done in our [country’s] name” drove her to march again. And Donaldson listed off just a few examples in the deep blue ink she used to update her sign: “C.H.I.P... Dreamers...
For every four men who moved to Seattle for a tech job in the last decade, only one woman did, too, according to a recent analysis that looked at the trend of tech transplants nationwide. To industry experts and academics, the findings from the careers website Paysa.com came as no surprise. The data is more of the same — evidence of a gender void in the technology sector that has been well-documented but is slow to change.
Children in Florida’s K-12 public schools who have been victimized by bullying, assault or other violent trauma will have a new option to change schools — including an incentive to leave the public school system for a private alternative — under an initiative announced Wednesday by House Republicans.
.@SeattlePD confirm 1 arrest during #WomensMarchSeattle. A man was arrested for assaulting an officer.
I observed this happen around 10:30 during clash bt. Patriot Prayer group and marchers. It remains unclear tho which side this individual was on.
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Selecting a term
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