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  • Journey to 25 Hikes and 100 Miles – Part 5: The Year of Exploration and Mountain Climbing

    What a year it has been! 2018, you were the year of self-reflection and exploration by way of the most beautiful hikes through Pacific Northwest! My goal coming into 2018 was to do 25 hikes and a total of 100 miles. And guess what, it took 328 days to accomplish. But I did it! I

    18 Jan, 2019
  • A Look Back at a Lesser Known Aspect of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day was designated a federal holiday in 1983 to commemorate the life and work of the civil rights activist. In light of our current focus on alleviating poverty, it’s worth reflecting on King’s anti-poverty efforts, a lesser known aspect of his legacy that was tragically cut short because of his assassination

    18 Jan, 2019
  • The Faces of Poverty in Seattle

    Poverty marginalizes, poverty suffocates. Poverty is scarcity of food, shelter, clothing. Poverty is being sick and unable to afford or have insurance to see a doctor. Poverty is a person not being able to afford a college education or being unable to go because they must work to help support their family. Poverty is a

    18 Jan, 2019

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