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Five questions with Bookda Gheisar, Immigrant and Refugee Policy Analyst

1. Why did you start in your role with King County?

I am a social worker by training and passion, so my entire career has been focused on fighting poverty, eliminating barriers that people of color experience in accessing services, and allowing for voices who are not usually present at the table to become heard and to influence policymakers. 574 more words

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Five Questions for . . . Daniel Lawse

As Verdis’ Group’s Chief Century Thinker (CCT), “Daniel brings a passion to cultivate adaptive and resilient solutions for communities and organizations to thrive now and for generations to come.” Daniel is one of the organizers of the the… 500 more words


Five questions with Kronozio.com from the fivecardguys

Over the last several years, sports card collecting and the hobby in general has grown and evolved to make collecting financially viable for some, and just easier to get into for others. 767 more words

Baseball Cards

Five Questions: James Marquis and his Dark Day Dreams

James Marquis is a Seattle writer and author of science fiction novels, a memoir, and a collection of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror stories titled Dark Day Dreams… 347 more words

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Five Questions: Sherry Decker, author of A Summer with the Dead

I heard author Sherry Decker read from her upcoming novel A Summer with the Dead at Two-Hour Transport, a monthly open mic and guest reading series at the famed Cafe Racer in the city’s Roosevelt neighborhood. 1,035 more words

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5 Questions with Davide Cali

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send each of our guests a long list of questions. Some are serious; some are . 758 more words

Author/Illustrator Guest Posts

Five Questions: George Kiel III

George Kiel III is a man of many talents, and he is very passionate about many things. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing George since 2014 and got to know him even better after he came to my house to film a… 536 more words