Joey Gray, Reaction To The Zimmerman Verdict, And The Interfaith Amigos

Jul 15, 2013

Mayoral Candidate Joey Gray
Seattle mayoral candidate Joey Gray joins Weekday to discuss the issues she feels are important to the city ahead of the August primary.

Reaction To The Zimmerman Trial
Over the weekend a jury of six found George Zimmerman not guilty of second degree murder and the lesser charge of manslaughter in the shooting of 17-year old Trayvon Martin. Protests erupted around the country following the verdict, including a rally of at least 400 people in Seattle’s Westlake center. The incident and subsequent trial touched a nerve with the American public, igniting a debate about race relations in America. Jerry Large wrote about the Zimmerman trial in his Seattle Times column, he explains what the verdict says about the race conversation.

Growing Old With Pleasure
Maybe youth isn’t wasted on the young. Maybe growing old has its own deep and rich rewards. Wendy Lustbader wrote "Life Gets Better: The Unexpected Pleasure of Growing Old.”

The Interfaith Amigos On 13 Years Of Interfaith Dialogue
The Interfaith Amigos have been engaging in religious dialogue for 13 years now. Imam Jamal Rahman, Rabbi Ted Falcon and Pastor Don Mackenzie discuss what they’ve learned throughout their years of discussion. They explain the issues that stand in the way and the lessons they’ve learned that make interfaith conversation more effective.