A Seattle-area Catholic school's claim that two teachers resigned has been disputed by allegations that they were forced out over their same-sex relationships. But Upthegrove claimed in his post that the teachers were forced out "solely because they are gay. NBC News tried to contact Danforth and Beattie for comment based on information obtained from public records. Danforth did not immediately respond, and an email address listed for Beattie was no longer working. A fundraising campaign that lists Nyberg as a co-organizer said the teachers were no longer employed because "of their sexual orientation and desire to live authentically and legally married to their partners. Neither the school nor the Archdiocese of Seattle immediately responded to requests for comment.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller. August 14, am Updated August 17, pm. A group of Black Lives Matter protesters in Seattle marched through a residential neighborhood this week demanding that white residents give up their homes, dramatic video shows. Do you know that? Yet another clip apparently shot in the aftermath of the protest also shows demonstrators threatening a business owner who allegedly called cops to report that a window had been shattered at his business. The mask-clad white man then refuses to identify his business before being threatened as he walks away, the clip shows.
The 10 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Seattle
The common stereotype of the City of Seattle is a lot of rain, grunge, Starbucks, Microsoft and a physically-fit residential population that is fairly safe. While most of that is true, Seattle, like many other major cities in the United States, does have a darker and more crime ridden side. Of course this is all relative as an unsafe area of Los Angeles may be significantly worse than an unsafe area of Seattle. Several of the neighborhoods on this list have been gentrifying in recent years with the opening of new restaurants, shops, gyms and public events. Of course there are always the small pockets of crime in every neighborhood, even during the gentrification process.
In the s and s there were several establishments in Seattle which were open to homosexuals. The Double Header , opened in , may have been the oldest continuously operating gay bar in the United States until it closed in December On 19 November , an injunction instructed the city police not to question customers of gay bars unless there was a "good cause" in connection with an actual investigation. In the s, Seattle came to be seen as providing an accepting environment, and an increasing number of gay and lesbians were drawn to the city. The Capitol Hill neighborhood in particular is considered by many the "center of gay life" in Seattle, with gay-friendly businesses and nightlife, and a resource center.