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Updated may 21, 1998


African Forum News
What: Forum for International perspectives on immigration, welfare, job, affirmative action, education, finance, travel survival tips, child labor, environmental issues and the role of multinationals.

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Citizens for Leaders with Ethics and Accountability Now! (CLEAN)

Common Ground
What: Monthly magazine covering environmentalism, social responsibility and green living in Seattle

Eat The State!
What: Print - Weekly coverage of local and global news from a populist and humorous perspective

George Clark Productions
What: Creator of The Wanker and The Seattle Whitely, parodies of The Stranger and The Seattle Weekly

MediaCulture Review
Contact: Institute for Alternative Journalism

Northwest Asian Weekly
What: Seattle's only weekly English language newspaper serving the region's Asian Pacific-American communities; dedicated to empowering the Asian Pacific-American community.

The Portland Alliance

Real Change
What: Seattle’s homeless newspaper - Making a difference in people’s lives right now

What: a progressive student monthly at the University of Washington

Steelhead Magazine
What: Seattle’s handbook for the Next Northwest
When: Quarterly

Washington Free Press
What: Investigative news magazine featuring a wide range of political, environmental and social coverage with an unabashedly progressive orientation.

Yes! A Journal of Positive Futures
What: Magazine - YES! tracks the transition to new ways of living and working, and new forms of social, economic and political institutions that have the potential to add up to a sustainable society, enriching to the human spirit and in harmony with the natural world.
When: Bimonthly

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