Related Program: The Record Does Starbucks #RaceTogether Initiative Make Business Sense? By Posey Gruener & Ross Reynolds • Mar 19, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Customers line up at Starbucks, all the way outside. Flickr Photo/oinonio (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 5:58 Ross Reynolds speaks to branding consultant Kevin Paul Scott about the backlash to Starbucks' #RaceTogether initiative, and why it might still be a good idea. Tags: StarbucksracelifebusinessTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Rare Photos Of Black Seattle Unearthed: Help ID Them By Marcie Sillman • Mar 20, 2015 MOHAI, Al Smith Collection, 2014.49 Listen Listening... / 7:17 Seattle is a young city, young enough that most of its history can be traced through photographs. Until recently though, most of those photos have been official portraits or documentation of public works projects like the Lake Washington Ship Canal. Medal Of Valor Honors Hundreds Of Oso Heroes By Austin Jenkins & Kim Malcolm • Mar 18, 2015 Flickr Photo/GovInslee (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 4:04 Kim Malcolm talks with Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about the policy changes state lawmakers are considering one year after the Oso landslide that killed 43 people. Child Porn In Washington State: 'No Fear In That Community' By Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Mar 18, 2015 Flickr Photo/West Midlands Police (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:57 Ross Reynolds talks with Seattle Police Department Captain Mike Edwards about a legislative proposal to increase funding for investigating and prosecuting child pornography cases. Edwards leads the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. $15 Minimum Wage Wins First Test In Court By Deborah Wang • Mar 17, 2015 KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 1:21 A lawsuit against Seattle’s new $15 an hour minimum wage has failed its first test in court. Lawyers for the International Franchise Association (IFA) and five local franchisees have sued the city, arguing the law discriminates against franchise businesses.