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caption: Signs and flowers are secured to a fence outside of the Seattle Police Department's East Precinct building in the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) zone on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in Seattle.
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Signs and flowers are secured to a fence outside of the Seattle Police Department's East Precinct building in the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) zone on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in Seattle.
Credit: KUOW Photo/Megan Farmer

The work, and the will of the people

We ask an activist, as well as the mayor. Also, a look at the Supreme Court’s DACA ruling and some Voices of the Pandemic.


Andre Taylor, Juneteenth

Tomorrow is Juneteenth. It’s also the day of a rally held by activist Andre Taylor, founder of the group Not This Time.

Mayor Jenny Durkan, 6.18.20

Mayor Jenny Durkan missed her standing appointment with us last week, but joined Bill Radke again to discuss her vision for Seattle policing and the voice of the people.

DACA decision

Today, the Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration’s challenge to the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals program cannot stand. Washington activist and DACA recipient Kamau Chege explains what the ruling means for him, and what he’d like to see change.

Voices of the Pandemic: Amanda Morgan, Penelope Bell

How might arts be different – and more inclusive – in Seattle following this pandemic? Pacific Northwest Ballet dancer Amanda Morgan offers her thoughts as a Voice of the Pandemic. Another Voice is Penelope Bell: Seattle resident, leadership coach, and COVID-19 survivor.