A protester is dowsed to get rid of pepper spray after police deployed tear gas and pepper spray in downtown Seattle. A peaceful protest was planned Saturday, May 30, 2020 in Seattle to mourn George Floyd— a Black man who died in a confrontation with Minneapolis police this week — and demand more police accountability.

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University of Washington tuba players welcome the football team to the field before a game against Oregon State. 

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From left: Steph Smith positions Michelle Hsu for a photo while Tina Ni captures her friend Makenna Edwards in one of the booths at Seattle Selfie Museum. “It’s not a museum in your classical understanding way, where you would come in and find the exhibits,” Alex Kurylin, co-founder of the Seattle Selfie Museum, said. ”Here you have to actually participate and you are part of the art yourself.”

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Teresa Alvarado becomes emotional while holding a photo of her son, Keenan Thomas, who died at Walla Walla State Penitentiary in 2019 after being placed with a violent cellmate - against the recommendations of two Department of Correction screeners.

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Penny Brooks comes out of her home and is overcome with emotion as she sees demonstrators walk past on their way to Jefferson Park. “It means a lot to me, ” Brooks said about the march. ” I experienced institutional racism. I’m so proud and happy – we are coming together as people.”

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A dancer from Hengda Dance Academy performs during the Lunar New Year celebration at Bellevue Square.

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Tribal members and attendees of the Salmon Orca Summit bless the totem pole’s cross-country journey, called the Red Road to D.C., and the summit’s mission. The totem pole journey will continue to raise awareness in calling for protecting sacred lands and waters of Indigenous people, including protecting salmon and orcas.

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Holden Village resident Krista Mathistad, center, is about to receive a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine administered by paramedic Mistaya Johnston on a porch of their community building on March 30. Behind Mathistad are others who have been vaccinated or are waiting for their vaccine.

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COVID-19 patient Alyssa Escalante, 28, breathes oxygen on her hospital bed in Central Washington Hospital on Sept. 21, 2021. Escalante didn’t get the coronavirus vaccine because she wanted to consult a doctor to make sure it was safe for her immune system. Four days before her appointment, she and the rest of her family tested positive for COVID-19.

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Staffers from Pramilla Jayapal's campaign share a moment after Jayapal leads the polls on election night in 2016.

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Minneapolis police forcibly push pedestrians down the sidewalk during a riot in Dinkytown following a win by the University of Minnesota men's hockey team. The win over University of North Dakota sent the team to the NCAA championship game.

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