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posted Friday, April 9, 2021 - Volume 40 Issue 15


EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Conquering AIDS, COVID battle & the opioid epidemic

Renee Raketty, field producer, in cooperation with the SGN and Unite Seattle Magazine, sits down with Dr. Anthony Fauci for a sweeping interview on a range of topics READ RENEE'S INTERVIEW HERE

Arkansas legislature overrides governor's veto on anti-Trans bill
Vote to block medical treatment for Trans minors

by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

The Arkansas state legislature has voted to override the governor's veto of a bill that would bar doctors from providing medically necessary gender-affirming treatments to Transgender youth.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson vetoed the bill on April 5,
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2021 Seattle International Film Festival: 10 Questions with SIFF Artistic Director Beth Barrett
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Staff Writer

After one year's forced hiatus courtesy of COVID-19, the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) returned last night with a gala digital screening of the Australian neo-noir murder mystery The Dry staring Eric Bana. Running through April 18, this year's SIFF showcases 92 features and
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Intersectionality and the unique predicament of Black women
by Janice Athill - SGN Contributing Writer

Clear and rigorous battles have been fought against both racism and sexism since the abolishment of slavery and the adoption of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. Slaves went to war, damn near freeing themselves, and women grabbed America by its Constitution and demanded equality.
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Inslee expands vaccine eligibility ahead of COVID's fourth surge
by Hannah Saunders - SGN Contributing Writer

On Wednesday, March 31, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that all Washington residents aged 16 and older will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine beginning on April 15. This announcement came as an effort to stem a recent surge in statewide cases.

"Current COVID-19 tre
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37th District town hall centers economic, environmental justice
by Daniel Lindsley - SGN Contributing Writer

The representatives of Washington state's 37th Legislative District gathered virtually for an hour on Wednesday to take questions from voters and lay out their priorities for 2021. Present were long-time incumbent Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos, Sen. Rebecca SaldaƱa, the newly appointed
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Washington prepares to celebrate Earth Day
by Josephine Baird - SGN Contributing Writer

After a full year of being indoors due to the pandemic, Earth Day, April 22, is a great reminder to get outside and take advantage of our beautiful planet.

According to Earthday.org, the first Earth Day was first recognized and celebrated over 50 years ago, in 1970. It co
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A peek at Vashon Bioenergy: The world's first "food-to-fuel" farm opens on Vashon Island
by Kylin Brown - SGN Contributing Writer

After being led through a thicket of blackberry bushes, walking just above the mud on makeshift wooden trails, I looked up to find I had arrived at the site of a climate solution unlike any the world has seen so far.

A small building topped by a full greenhouse, a spher
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Rain City Rock Camp changes program name to include all genders
by Paige McGlauflin - SGN Contributing Writer

Rain City Rock Camp has formally changed the names of one its programs to be more inclusive of participants that identify beyond the gender binary.

Though all programs were already inclusive of gender-expansive individuals, the camp announced Feb. 17 that its Ladi
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A closer look: Lil Nas X continues to stir up a conservative public, but how did his journey to fame begin?
by Hannah Saunders - SGN Contributing Writer

Rapper Lil Nas X has stirred up those with anti-LGBTQ+ sentiments with the recent release of his music video "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)," which dropped on March 26. Two days later, he also released blood-infused Nike sneakers, in keeping with the satanic theme of his new song.
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Local creator spotlight: Moss Bosch, the multifaceted "ciscore anthropologist" taking the internet by storm
by A.V. Eichenbaum - SGN Associate Editor

The world can be an absurd place: Wine mom culture. Aggressively gendered bodywash. Target. These are the things that permeate daily American life.

And, as happens with most things, burgeoning experts arise in the most unusual of places.

Though they wou
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Voyagers a sci-fi trip into the emotionally twitterpated unknown
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Staff Writer

After a somewhat rushed and lumpy start, Neil Burger's science fiction thriller Voyagers, an interstellar Lord of the Flies, rights the ship and ends up in an emotionally satisfying place. While almost none of what transpires is a surprise, the film is solidly crafted and features a
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Book review: From Archie to Zack
by Terri Schlichenmeyer - Special to the SGN

FROM ARCHIE TO ZACK
VINCENT X. KIRSCH
Abrams Books for Young Readers
$17.99 / $22.99 Canada 40 pages


The girl who sits right behind you at school is really nice.

She shares her things if you ask nicely, and she likes to m
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Stepping into the city: A writer's journey toward understanding Seattle
by A.V. Eichenbaum - SGN Associate Editor

I take the Howe Street steps to work.

Several days a week, you can see me there, sweating up those stairs right alongside the soccer moms, joggers, and health nuts. I see these people nearly every day. Presumably they're neighbors, although I don't know any of them by na
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Tennessee Senate passes sex-ed opt-out bill
Parents can take kids out of instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity

by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

The Tennessee State Senate voted on April 5 to require school districts to notify parents in advance of any instruction dealing with sexual orientation or gender identity, and to allow
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International News Highlights
by A.V. Eichenbaum - SGN Associate editor

Belgium - Politicians speak on Grindr attacks
Belgian politicians have spoken out against a brutal, homophobic, and violent hate crime carried out by three teenage boys in the city of Beveren. David Polfiet was found beaten and stabbed to death in a city park on March 29 af
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