Issue 36.2 | Seattle’s Ethos: Changes in our Shared Space (Fall 2018)

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Issue 36.2 | Seattle’s Ethos: Changes in our Shared Space (Fall 2018)

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"As a whole, does Seattle have a set of guiding moral beliefs—a collective ethos—that supports and enables equitable change?" –Issue 36.2 feature

Seattle is experiencing dramatic economic growth, and its population is increasing rapidly. During these changing times, can we create a stable, equitable urban community—one that accommodates newcomers without displacing longtime residents? In this issue's feature, residents of two communities—Magnuson Park and the Central Area—address this issue on a personal level. Readers are invited to consider these perspectives and decide for themselves if Seattle has a widely shared set of societal values that is accommodating change in a just fashion. Feature editor: Nick Licata

This issue also includes ARCADE’s regular columns covering a wide range of topics related to design, architecture, urbanism, and art seen from a Northwest perspective.

Issue 36.2 is printed in two-color (black and orange) on uncoated stock. The issue was designed by Zach Hooker.

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