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"Urban Forum Northwest" is a weekly radio program that focuses on issues regarding social, economic and political justice locally, nationally and internationally.
This Week's Show Details
with Co-Host Hayward Evans:
*Seattle Police Chief Carmen provides an update to the various aspects of the Black Lives Matter protest and comment on any progress being made.
*Derrick Wheeler-Smith, Director, Zero Youth Detention, King County Public Health. he was one of the Organizers of the Historic We Want to Breathe March held in South Seattle two weeks ago.
*Domonique Davis, Founder & CEO, Community Passage Ways, he was also an Organizer of the We Want to Breathe March. He will comment on his vision of a youth facility with housing for young adults 24 and under.
*Clyde Merriweather comments on his concerns at the Seattle School District with the mass exodus of Blacks in leadership positions under the leadership of Superintendent Denise Juneau.
*Sarah Sense-Wilson, (Oglala), Co Founder and elected Chair of the Urban Native Education Alliance (UNEA) comments on the impact of the Seattle School Districts withdrawing their support for UNEA.
*Korbett Mosesly,Co Founder,Black Parents Alliance and Deputy Program Director of Metropolitan Development Council comments on his work with the Tacoma Pierce County Black Collective during the Coronavirus.
*Ram Dixit, Founding Director, Alliance for Persecuted Peoples WorldWide (APPW) invites you to Bridging the Racial Divide-How Communities Can Come Together on July 12 4:00-6:00 PST. Register at www.appww.org/events.