Cagaarshow or Beer Holciye

Mohamed talked about how his Somali people call Hepatitis B  “Cagaarshoow”, which means “the conditions that makes eye color greenish. and how traditional treatment is used for this disease" . "Increased knowledge and awareness is needed in my community to protect themselves from Hepatitis B", he added.  Mohamed believes if Somalis know that this ailment is caused by the virus then they will deal with it more seriously.

Diabetes Survivor

Aigalesala Iosua has been through so much since she was diagnosed with Type II diabetes in 1986. Having undergone multiple surgeries, strokes and heart attacks, "Aiga" has learned how to make healthier choices in her life to control her diabetes. No longer dependent on insulin, Aiga shares how she now exercises regularly and cooks healthier than she did before.

Mi familia

Pepe recuerda su infancia y la compara con la de las familias que son separadas por problemas migratorios y como los valores familiares nos podian ayudar a lograr una reforma migratoria.


Alejandra comparte sus logros y esperanzas de que una reforma migratoria le permita terminar sus estudios y ser independiente.

My Voice

Joe Raymundo tell us how his life changed when he found out that he really had a voice in the community.

Mi Voz

Joe Raymundo cuenta como cambio su vida cuando descubrio que realmente tenia una voz en la comunidad

La Historia de Alexandra

Alexandra cuenta su historia y sus esperanzas de que una reforma migratoria le permita alcanzar sus metas

Alexandra story

Alexandra share her story and her dreams about an immigration reform that allows her to achieve her goals.

MOVE model to be replicated in Florida

MOVE started its replication process with baby steps. Pierce County. Yakima County....umm? Palm Beach County?! Nope, it's not just a ploy to escape the Seattle winter for some Florida sun. We're excited to announce that  MOVE partners, Creative Narrations, have partnered with the Palm Healthcare Foundation to create a MOVE-like tool for  Palm Beach County.

Elaine's Story... Tobacco as a Social Justice Issue

Elaine Ishihara recounts her struggles with smoking cigarettes through out her 25 years of tobacco use. Healthy and tobacco-free for over 15 years, Elaine now addresses tobacco as a social justice issue as the Director the Asian Pacific Islanders Coalition Against Tobacco (APICAT). She has also organized the Tobacco Control Movement and points out that for diverse communities, smoking rates remain high while prevalence rates lowered for the general population during Washington State's 10-year comprehensive tobacco prevention and control program.