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Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project

With its diverse ethnic groups and civic-minded citizens, the city of Seattle has been a beacon for people seeking an open-minded urban experience for decades. The story of Seattle’s past is a complex one, and this well-thought out website explores some of the complex struggles for civil rights in the area over the past one hundred years. Based at the University of Washington, the Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project has worked to document the stories of civil rights activists in the area, and also present reports on segregation in Seattle and the various newspapers that have represented the city’s communities of color. Visitors to the site can listen to some of these activists talk about their lives and read some of their Research Reports, which include “The Chicano Movement in Washington State, 1967-2006” and “The 1920 Anti-Japanese Crusade and Congressional Hearings”.
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December 1st, 2006
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December 1st, 2006 at 8:38am
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December 1st, 2006 at 2:46pm
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