Selected A.K. Segan – authored op-eds that are readable online

Real Change, Seattle, Dec. 5, 2018
The term ‘concentration camp’ is a troubling euphemism; let’s be blunt
(Real Change is a non-profit in Seattle that advocates for and aids  homeless people)

The Columbia Missourian, Sept. 13, 2017
Drowning out the silence of America’s gun war.”

Real Change, Seattle, Sept. 6 – 12 issue, 2017
President Donald Trump’s ‘birther’ campaign needs to be renounced with an apology

The Seattle Times, June 23, 2017
Let shoppers and sightseers enjoy a car-free Pike Place Market

Real Change, Seattle, Aug.24 – 30, 2016 issue
Racism has no place in Seattle’s arts scene

Real Change, Seattle, June 9, 2010
Trivializing the Holocaust – Evoking Nazi Germany does little but betray its victims

The Seattle Times, Jan. 14, 2009
Finding Common Ground over Gaza

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Oct. 17, 2005
Keep Intolerance Out of Public Places

The Seattle Times, Oct. 9, 2004
A catalogue of weaknesses – Lend more support (on Seattle Public Library)

The Christian Science Monitor, May 21, 2001
My Drug Lessons


Op-ed texts to be added:

THE JT NEWS – VOICE OF JEWISH WASHINGTON, Seattle, April 30, 2004
“These Savings Cards Don’t Save a Thing” [about the ‘savings cards’ used by the Kroger-QFC, Safeway and Albertson’s supermarket corporations to artificially inflate prices for customers who don’t know about the cards; and the corporate-executive-level directed policy of discrimination against the disabled, the illiterate and semi-literate, the homeless and against ESL speakers that the cards comprise]

THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, Seattle, April 27, 2001:
“E-mailing G-d for Remembrance”

THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, Seattle, April 4, 1997
“US West Yellow Pages Policies Questioned”
[on the listing of messianic churches, whose staff call themselves ‘Messianic synagogues,’ under Synagogues listings in the US West Yellow Pages]

THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, Nov. 19, 1991
“City’s loss of historic buildings a disgrace”

THE SEATTLE TIMES, March 19, 1989
“Reduce Plastics at the Source – A Way to Reduce Our Garbage Problem”

THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, Seattle, Nov. 24, 1988
“The old De Hirsch synagogue a priceless treasure”

THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, Oct. 15, 1988
“Metro could bend to increase ridership”

THE SEATTLE TIMES, May 14, 1988
“Times editorial insensitive to blacks – The late mayor in bra, panties”

A. K. Segan Interviews, Exhibit Coverage
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