80-unit residential building for low-income and unhoused Indigenous people opens in Seattle

The Chief Seattle Club has opened the doors to ʔálʔal, an 80-unit apartment building reserved for low-income and unhoused urban Natives in Washington’s King County. ʔálʔal, pronounced “all-all,” means “home” in Lushootseed, an Indigenous language spoken by local Salish tribes. The nonprofit organization, which says it’s “dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and … Read more