Related Program: The Record Remembering Rosa Parks As We Ride The Bus In Seattle By Bill Radke, Jeannie Yandel & Amina Al-Sadi • Dec 1, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Rosa Parks on a Montgomery bus on December 21, 1956, the day Montgomery's public transportation system was legally integrated. Wikipedia Photo Listen Listening... / 5:27 Bill Radke talks to Carla Saulter, writer of the blog Bus Chick, about how Rosa Parks' legacy has impacted her life. Tags: lifehistoryraceTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Paying To Cut Seattle Class Sizes Doesn't Necessarily Make Them Smaller By Ann Dornfeld • Nov 30, 2015 Flickr Photo/dcJohn (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 5:17 The Washington state Legislature has directed funding to reduce class sizes in elementary schools. But as KUOW’s Ann Dornfeld reports, that doesn’t mean classes are getting much smaller. Can Yoga And Meditation Save America's Police Officers? By Bill Radke & Allie Ferguson • Mar 17, 2016 Hillsboro Police Department/Darci Vanden Hoek Listen Listening... / 7:22 Police officer Richard Goerling wasn't happy with the way he was handling the public. “I’d leave a radio call thinking, ‘Hmm, I probably could have been more kind’ and really questioning whether or not the abrasive approach was an appropriate response,” Goerling told KUOW's Bill Radke. He turned to yoga and meditation. It worked. Climate Activists Call On Gates Foundation To Do More By John Ryan • Dec 1, 2015 KUOW Photo/John Ryan Listen Listening... / 1:58 While the world's richest man was meeting with world leaders in Paris at the global climate summit, climate activists marched on his foundation's Seattle headquarters Monday. Where Do Seattle-Area Crows Go At Night? By Ashley Ahearn • Nov 26, 2015 KCTS9 Photo/Ken Christensen Listen Listening... / 7:23 Listener Lauren Linscheid of Seattle sees crows flying every day toward Lake City Way. “I want to know where they’re going and why,” Lauren told KUOW’s Local Wonder team. We sent reporter Ashley Ahearn to investigate.