South Seattle Emerald
Student Demands for Mental Health Services Are Being Met With New Investments

In May, Seattle’s Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL) acknowledged the impact on youth mental health of social isolation due to remote learning and gun violence and responded to Seattle students’ demands for mental health services with the creation of the Student Mental Health Supports Pilot. … Read More

People's World
Seattle crowd: ‘Medicare for All! Everybody in, nobody out!’

Seattle City Council member Teresa Mosqueda, who served ten years on the staff of the AFL-CIO, said Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security are key benefits in a democratic society, vital to equalizing income in a country with a handful of billionaires and the rest struggling to survive. … Read More

The Stranger
How to Win an Election Without a Newspaper Endorsement

It's not impossible to win without an endorsement from the two big papers, but it is very, very, VERY uncommon. Council Member Teresa Mosqueda is one of the few candidates in recent history–if not the only one–who made it through the primary without the blessing from either outlet. … Read More
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