Chinese expulsion remembered

On Saturday, Feb. 12, community members marched and rallied to remember the 350 Chinese railroad workers, agriculture workers, and coal miners who were pushed out of Seattle in 1886. (Read related content on our editorial)

Photos by George Liu/NWAW (Click here to see more photos)

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2 Responses to “Chinese expulsion remembered”

  1. Susan Lee Woo says:

    Hi George,

    Donnie Chin is on the far left in the top horizontal photo which was taken by you.

    Donnie asked of me to request a copy of the photo.

    Would it be possible to email me the photo so I can make him a copy?

    He does not have a computer that works.

    I would appreciate it, if you are able to fill his request.

    Susan

  2. Bettie Luke says:

    Assunta & George;
    Wonderful photos and great to have your Editorial as well as the Pictorial section! I was delighted to see the back page. Thank you for the feature and editorial. I know a lot of people will be happy to see themselves among the photos in the Flickr Photos. Nice work – nice coverage!
    The CERP committee folks all appreciate your support of this landmark event. We will work to continue lessons in the community and education sectors. The historic display panels and video will be showcased in libraries and universities and APA Heritage events throughout the year.

    Thank you, Bettie

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