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‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 1: Dr. Lawrence Pintak On The Muslim World And American Exceptionalism

Dr. Lawrence Pintak joins this episode of “Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella” to discuss what you can do to understand the Muslim world, how to check your news sources and give a history lesson on American exceptionalism. Pintak is a former CBS News Middle East correspondent, founding dean of the WSU Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, and author of “American & Islam: Soundbites, Suicide Bombs and the Road to Donald Trump” and “The New Arab Journalist.” Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 1: Dr. Lawrence Pintak On The Muslim World And American Exceptionalism

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An image from "Journey of the Freckled Indian" by Alyssa London, with illustrations by Monica Rickert-Bolter and formline drawings by Preston Singletary.

New Children’s Book Exploring Native Identities Launches For Indigenous Peoples Day

The book is called “Journey of the Freckled Indian.” It tells the story of a young girl called Freckles who gets bullied by her classmates after sharing that she’s Native American. Author Alyssa London says it’s loosely based on her experience growing up in Bothell and sharing her Tlingit heritage in a show and tell. Continue Reading New Children’s Book Exploring Native Identities Launches For Indigenous Peoples Day

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