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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

February 22 on Urban Forum Northwest on 1150 AM KKNW/, on Alexa and my podcast 2:00-3:00 pm (PST) my scheduled guest for the hour are:


*Hayward Evans, Co Convener, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration/Continuation Committee (MLKCC) comments on the Black History Month event that will be held at Holgate Street Church of Christ, Saturday, February 24 3:30-:5:30 pm (PST). Several community leaders will be recognized. Minister Jimmy Hurd is Pastor.


*Chandler Williams, Seattle based recording artist, vocalist and band leader at New Beginnings Christian Fellowship (NBCF), Kent WA will provide the music at the Black History Month event at Holgate Street Church of Christ on Saturday.


*Clarence Williams retired Seattle Firefighter and was President of the Seattle Black Firefighters Association when Attorney Lem Howell prevailed at the United States Supreme Court on behalf of a promotion case for retired Seattle Fire Chief Claude Harris. Attorney Howell will be an honored for his decades of service.


*Stephanie Johnson Tolliver, President, Black Heritage Society of Washington State will be joined by representatives from the Wing Luke Museum, and the Washington State Jewish Historical Society collaborating to "Confront Hate Together" at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) Saturday, February 24 11:00 am-2:00 pm.


*Sarah Sense Wilson, Founder, Urban Native Education Alliance (UNEA) comments on the tribute to the late Billy Frank Jr. that will be held March 5 6:00-8:00 pm (PST) at North Seattle College.


*Maisha Barnett will be joined by Ekene Ijeoma and Shameka Gagnier as they discuss their Sunday, February 25 11:00 am-2:00 pm event "Black Forest, A Living Monument and Archives for Black Lives" that will be held at the park named for Maisha's grandfather, Powell Barnett Park located at 352 Martin Luther King Jr. Way.


*Sharon Nyree Williams invites you to her Friday, March 1st  7:30 pm performance at Benaroya Hall in Downtown Seattle at 200 University Street.


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