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Transcript: Mayor Durkan’s Remarks on Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy at Port of Entry in Tornillo, Texas

Seattle (June 21, 2018) – Standing with a bipartisan delegation of mayors from the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) today at the Tornillo Port of Entry in Texas and near the gates of a federal facility for separated migrant children in Tornillo, Texas, Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today called… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Jenny Durkan Leads Bipartisan Coalition of U.S. Mayors in Condemning DOJ and DHS Treatment of Immigrant Families

Mayors Across the County Join Durkan to Support Vacating Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Convictions Seattle (June 11) – Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan led a bipartisan coalition of U.S. mayors in condemning the Department of Justice’s and Department of Homeland Security’s treatment of immigrant families and committing to criminal justice reform… [ Keep reading ]

ICYMI: Keep making your voices heard and demanding action on gun violence

By Mayor Jenny Durkan The Daily March 22, 2018 For too long, our elected leaders have failed to protect you in your classrooms and in your communities. For too long, after suicides, shootings, and massacres, we have offered thoughts and prayers when we these tragedies could have been prevented. For… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan’s 2018 State of the City Address

In the first State of the City address, Mayor Jenny Durkan laid out her progressive vision for a more affordable, inclusive, and vibrant Seattle – and reiterated her commitment to address our affordability crisis and building economic opportunity through her Seattle Promise College Tuition, which provides two years of… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Celebrates Black History Month

February is Black History Month. All across Seattle, City of Seattle departments are hosting events celebrating black history, black experiences, and black lives in our City. Mayor Jenny Durkan would like to invite residents to attend an event in your neighborhood to learn more about the history, culture, and contributions… [ Keep reading ]