Related Program: The Record Reaction From Spokane After Rachel Dolezal Resigns From NAACP By Marcie Sillman & Amina Al-Sadi • Jun 15, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 4:29 Marcie Sillman talks to Northwest News Network reporter Jessica Robinson about the resignation of Rachel Dolezal, president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP. Tags: racelifeTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Rachel Dolezal Resigns As President Of Spokane NAACP By Eyder Peralta • Jun 15, 2015 Rachel Dolezal, whose story sparked a national conversation over racial identity, is stepping down as the president of the Spokane chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. In a message to the organization's executive committee, Dolezal said her resignation is in the best interest of the NAACP. Little Rock Nine Student Calls For Overhauling Public Education By Marcie Sillman • Jun 15, 2015 AP PHOTO Listen Listening... / 6:52 Terrence Roberts didn’t hesitate when volunteers were sought to integrate an all-white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas. "We had lived so long under the aegis of separate but equal," says Roberts, who was in Seattle last week to address graduates of the University of Washington School of Social Work. Central Seattle: Rent, Crime Top Concerns in District 3 By Joshua McNichols • Jun 16, 2015 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 6:20 On a map of Seattle's new City Council District 3, one street stands out. That thoroughfare slashes diagonally through the street grid like a samurai sword: East Madison Street. Decades ago, you could take a streetcar down Madison from downtown to Lake Washington. Today though, we’ll walk. Washington War Widows: It's OK To Move On By Patricia Murphy • Jun 24, 2015 KUOW Photo/Daniel Berman Listen Listening... / 4:25 War widows can be seen as a living symbol of patriotism. A reminder of the ultimate sacrifice of service. But practically speaking, life for military widows and widowers is awash in grief, uncertainty and paperwork. A group run by widows in Washington state has created a supportive social network to ease that burden.