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The Seattle City Council recently adopted a budget amendment to add funding to the Fresh Bucks program, which doubles the value of food stamp benefits when used to purchase fresh food at Seattle farmers markets. The Fresh Bucks program began as a pilot project in 2012, serving only 7 farmers markets in Seattle....

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The Kent Black Action Commission (KBAC) recently announced the launch of its Education, Leadership and Advocacy project. The project is designed to provide a public forum for parents and students to discuss the importance of education, and to conduct workshops to help parents and students become more effective leaders and advocates for the student’s education.      ...

      Seattle City Mayor Mike McGinn is seeking to fill current and future vacancies on the Seattle Human Rights Commission.  The Commission advises the Mayor and City Council on human rights and social justice issues. The Commission works with the Director of the Office for Civil Rights to end discrimination based on race, religion, creed, color, national origin,...

     Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell recently announced commissioner openings for the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission (IRC).       Reflecting the diversity of Seattle’s immigrant and refugee communities, the board will have 15 members (eight appointed by the Mayor and seven appointed by the City Council). Board members will be appointed to...

Pioneer Human Services announced that Anthony Wright has been promoted to the new Chief Operations Officer (COO) position. In Wright’s new role, he will...

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