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Diversity Briefs – April 2022

Murray earmarks $3M for MLK Center in Pasco Pasco’s Martin Luther King Jr. Center will get a major facelift after...
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Owners of Pasco’s oldest restaurant plan to retire

Pasco’s oldest continuously operating restaurant has been serving the Tri-City community for 58 years. Chinese Gardens at 1520 N. Fourth...
Entrepreneur Chauné Fitzgerald has a wide-ranging influence on the Tri-City community: empowering other business owners, speaking for the voiceless and creating positive change. (Courtesy Chauné Fitzgerald)

Longtime community leader works to make an impact

Chauné Fitzgerald continues to make a mark on the Tri-City community through her volunteer work and advocacy, operating her own...
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Q&A with Naima Chambers-Smith

Naima Chambers-Smith CEO Tri-Cities Diversity & Inclusion Council Naima Chambers-Smith Number of employees you oversee: We have less than five...
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Pandemic deals different economic hands to the Tri-City workforce

Recently, the Eastern Washington University’s Institute for Public Policy & Economic Analysis was asked by the Port of Kennewick to...
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Tri-Cities’ diverse population continues to grow but not its income

March Madness brings out a latent desire to be No. 1. (Just missed that up here in Spokane.) While many...
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State files against janitorial company for exploiting mostly immigrant workers

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against janitorial services company National Maintenance Contractors, which has...
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Q&A with Gustavo Gutierrez-Gomez

Executive Director, Downtown Pasco Development Authority Number of employees you oversee: 6 – four full and 2 part time. Gustavo...
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Economically disadvantaged groups among hardest hit by Covid-19 job losses

By Newswise Nationwide unemployment fell to 6% in March, according to an April 2 U.S. Department of Labor report. The...
The Tri-Cities Newcomers Club’s book club group meets monthly to discuss books. Their March selection was “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides. (Photo by Kristina Lord )

Newcomers Club isn’t just for newcomers

Is a pandemic a good time to join a new club? The women who make up the Tri-Cities Newcomers Club...

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