affirmative action en 'The War On Poverty' Helped Shape Seattle Activism <p>Ross Reynolds talks with University of Washington historian Trevor Griffey about Seattle's role in protests that led to the early formation of affirmative action. Thu, 09 Jan 2014 22:43:56 +0000 Ross Reynolds & Hannah Burn 26805 at Episode 40: Young Seattleites Say Code Switching Is A Tough Habit To Break <p>There’s no such thing as a normal you. Do you talk to your boss the same way you talk to your dog? Probably not. This is called code switching.</p><p>Inspired by NPR’s <a href="">Code Switch</a>, hosts Kadian Vanloo and Antonia Dorn share stories about why and how youth code switch:</p><ul><li>Tamil is the mother tongue for both Ananya Shankar and her cousin, RadioActive's Kamna Shastri. But when Ananya visits the United States for the first time, Kamna notices her cousin only speaks to her in English.&nbsp;</li><li>RadioActive's Riley Guttman lives on Mercer Island where the African-American population is just over one percent. His black friend notices that when he walks in on a group of white friends, the conversation tends to change — and not how you might think.</li></ul><p>Speaking of race, affirmative action was under scrutiny at the Supreme Court of the United States this week. It's been illegal in Washington state since 1998, but people still have opinions about it. RadioActive's Yafiet Bezabih asked Seattleites what they think. Thu, 27 Jun 2013 18:45:02 +0000 Antonia Dorn & Kadian Vanloo & Kamna Shastri & Riley Guttman 15652 at Episode 40: Young Seattleites Say Code Switching Is A Tough Habit To Break