The Founder & Publisher of the South Seattle Emerald, Seattle Times Columnist, and award-winning Seattle Human Rights Leader reflects on the last decade.
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Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
“I Had Accolades, But I Wasn’t Filling My Own Cup,” by Marcus Harrison Green, in the South Seattle Emerald. December 19, 2018
“Marcus Harrison Green: ‘I’m Back Home’,” by Marcus Harrison Green, in the South Seattle Emerald. November 10, 2019.
“How I survived the collision of racism and the stigma of mental illness,” by Marcus Harrison Green in The Seattle Times. October 1, 2020.
“Terry Bradshaw's winning drive against depression,” by John Morgan and Stephen A. Shop, M.D. in USA Today. January 30, 2004.
“Seattle was the saddest metro area in the nation last month, survey shows,” by Gene Balk in The Seattle Times. December 17, 2020.
“Emerald Founder Honored With Human Rights Award,” by Emerald Staff, in the South Seattle Emerald. December 10, 2020.
Ensler, Eve. The Apology. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019.
“Washingtonians are less religious than ever, Gallup poll finds,” by Gene Balk in The Seattle Times. April 20, 2018.
Ad Astra (2020)
“Future Gazing,” a feature series in the South Seattle Emerald. Dec. 2020.