03 29 2015
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40 Years of Service

Tyson, left, and his human friend Diana C. sign up to participate in the Puget Sound Pi Beta Phi Collegiate and Alumnae Chapters Walk for Literacy Feb. 25 at Greenlake.


Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Taylor Branch, left, greets Urban Enterprise Center Executive Director Herman McKinney at the recent Forum on Race Breakfast, held Feb. 22 at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. Branch, author of a series of acclaimed biographies of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., was the keynote speaker at the center's 24th "It's Time to Talk" Forum on Race.


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