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Segregated Seattle: Walk the Infamous Red Line

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Walk along the infamous “red line,” hallmark of racial inequity and housing segregation in Seattle. This family-friendly walk, led by Merlin Rainwater, highlights the lingering physical impacts of redlining in our city.

The 1.5-hour tour begins at Mt. Zion Baptist Church and includes a meal break.

Presented in partnership with the Northwest African American Museum.

Location: Leaves from Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 1634 19th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122

Cost: $5 MOHAI and NAAM members / $15 general public

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Attend Not Your Princess to meet contemporary artists and scholars who resist colonial narratives, shatter stereotypes, and celebrate Native culture.

This free program is part of the Beyond the Frame, a community wide-initiative revisiting the photographs of Edward Curtis and Native American identity, race and resilience, and art and culture. Complimentary childcare provided with registration.

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