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An apartment building on Seattle's Capitol Hill in February
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September 2nd | Apartment for rent, all not encouraged to apply

A new UW study looked at how language has been used in ads for rental housing. Excessive overtime pay for SPD officers. Nia-Amina Minor on creating social change through art. And the spread of misinformation on everything from coronavirus to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Why how you describe an apartment rental matters

A new study from the University of Washington looked at 45-thousand rental ads in the Seattle/Tacoma/Bellevue area and found majority white and non-white neighborhoods were described very differently. Study author Ian Kennedy explains why.

Why one SPD officer was paid more than the mayor.mp3

Seattle Times Investigative reporter Daniel Gilbert explains a potential issue with overtime pay in the Seattle Police Department.

How to identify misinformation online

With the election only two months away, don’t be surprised to see a lot more false and misleading stories like this in your timelines. The University of Washington's Jevin West explains how to avoid spreading it yourself.

Nia-Amina Minor on making art in a pandemic

Six months into the pandemic, Seattle area theaters and nightclubs are still closed indefinitely. That leaves many performing artists wondering when—or if---they can get back to work. Dancer Nia-Amina Minor explains how she's making art during the pandemic.