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All media inquiries should be directed to ROOTS Executive Director Kristine Cunningham at (206) 632-1635 or firstname.lastname@example.org
May 17, 2016 UW Daily story on Ron Moe-Lobeda of University Lutheran Church (mentions ROOTS and includes quotes from Kristine Cunningham)
April 11, 2016 UW Daily story on homelessness in the U-District
March 15, 2016 Seattle Weekly story on homelessness
March 15, 2016 KKNW radio show "Bright and Early Seattle" with ROOTS' Executive Director Kristine Cunningham
December 8, 2015 UW Daily Editorial on ending homelessness
November 12, 2015 UW Daily story on public safety in the U-District
November 11, 2015 UW Daily story on homelessness in the U-District
October 29, 2015 Seattle Times story on homelessness in the U-District
July 31, 2015 Seattle Times story on homeless LGBTQ youth (includes info on ROOTS)
May 30, 2015 KEXP Community Forum interview with ROOTS Executive Director Kristine Cunningham
March 12, 2015 Crosscut story on 2015 “Count Us In” and young adult homelessness
March 11, 2015 UW Daily story on proposed zoning changes in U-District (includes info on ROOTS and other social services)
February 23, 2015 UW Daily story on Mayor’s U-District tour (includes info on ROOTS and other social services)
December 22, 2014 Crosscut interview with two ROOTS guests
December 1, 2014 UW Daily story on ROOTS Friday Feast meal program
November 17, 2014 Seattle Times story on a ROOTS volunteer’s sleeping bag project
May 27, 2014 Crosscut story on how U-District plans will affect homeless youth and services
March 31, 2014 Crosscut story on youth homelessness
November 6, 2013 KIRO TV Mayor-Elect Ed Murray at ROOTS Luncheon
February 28, 2013 story on ROOTS at alltreatment.com
December 19, 2012 New York Times print story “Young and Homeless”
December 10, 2012 New York Times video “Young and Homeless”
October 1, 2012 Seattle Times - ROOTS Shelter Offers Homeless Young Adults a Chance
October 18, 2010 Seattle Pi - Fresh out of Foster Care and Homeless
February 16, 2010 The Daily UW - ROOTS Executive Director Steps Down
February 2, 2010 Seattle Times - $7.7M Grant To Aid Programs For Homeless Youth
October 13, 2009 The Daily UW - Youth Shelter Faces Overcrowding
ROOTS Young Adult Shelter
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Big shout out to UWSOM Volunteers for ROOTS! Thank you for your continued support creating amazing breakfasts for our guests! We appreciate your hard work and dedication! ...
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The city's first cabinet-level director of homelessness hired by Mayor Murray!Read more here: www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/seattle-mayor-names-first-cabinet-level-director-of-ho... ...
Seattle mayor names first cabinet-level director of homelessness
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has hired George Scarola as the city’s first cabinet-level director of homelessness. Scarola will work with multiple departments.
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How schools can give homeless students a "fighting chance."www.dailybulletin.com/opinion/20160819/how-schools-can-create-life-changing-opportunities-for-hom... ...
How schools can create life-changing opportunities for homeless students: Guest commentary
Imagine trying to get through high school without a home to go to, doing your homework on an outdoor bench, sleeping in a car or temporary shelter, or knowing your only real meal will be the free breakfast or lunch at the school cafeteria.Recen
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Summer is almost over and it's time to get back to school. Help our guests look and feel their best by picking up some backpacks, giftcards, and boxers off of our Amazon.com Wishlist today!tinyurl.com/juw8def ...
Amazon.com: ROOTS Young Adult Shelter: ROOTS Wish List
Amazon.com Universal Wishlist for ROOTS Young Adult Shelter.
A "safe place" for homeless youth in Tacoma.Find out more here: www.king5.com/news/local/tacoma/shelter-offers-tacoma-homeless-youth-safe-place-to-stay/299034214 ...
Shelter offers Tacoma homeless youth 'safe place' to stay
Those who work at the shelter have been able to place 33 young people into permanent housing. In 30 days, seven of those people including Tomica will get keys to their own apartment.