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Collection of postcards at Estelita’s.
Estelita’s Library focuses on social justice, ethnic studies and liberation movements, is open to anyone and has something for everyone.
Collection of postcards at Estelita’s.
Emmanuel Elpenord in The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
Five theaters in the Seattle area are committed to providing performances that welcome children with autism and sensory sensitive disabilities.
Emmanuel Elpenord in The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
Huma Ali’s Feminism club (Ali second from right). Courtesy of Huma Ali.
One of the members from the TeenTix Press Corps program discusses teen activism. Huma Ali shares her experience as a teen activist and feminist today.
Huma Ali’s Feminism club (Ali second from right). Courtesy of Huma Ali.
The Umbrella Project Writers Group in discussion. Photo by Starglass Photography. Courtesy of Umbrella Project.
The curtain is pulled back on the inaugural Umbrella Project Writers Group and the four new plays that have come out of it.
The Umbrella Project Writers Group in discussion. Photo by Starglass Photography. Courtesy of Umbrella Project.
Courtesy of Ryan Henry Ward.
The urban artist, Ryan Henry Ward, discusses the role of children in today’s society, Amazon hackers and where he’d love to paint a mural next.
Courtesy of Ryan Henry Ward.
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Collection of postcards at Estelita’s.
Estelita’s Library has something for everyone.
Huma Ali’s Feminism club (Ali second from right). Courtesy of Huma Ali.
Teen experience as an activist and feminist today.
Emmanuel Elpenord in The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
Sensory-friendly performances for children
The Umbrella Project Writers Group in discussion. Photo by Starglass Photography. Courtesy of Umbrella Project.
The curtain is pulled back on the Umbrella Project
Courtesy of Ryan Henry Ward.
Ryan Henry Ward discusses his art and Seattle.
(from left) Haysam Kadri as Rasheed, Arden Pala as Zalmai, Nadine Malouf as Laila, Nikita Tewani as Aziza and Denmo Ibrahim as Mariam in A Thousand Splendid Suns, A.C.T. San Francisco. Photo by Jim Cox.
Female playwright-director teams are a rarity.