April 2, 2020 - 10:16 am
As families hunker down at home and share time, electronic devices and space, here are some nuggets to chew on from school psychologist and Co Founder of Sproutable, Julietta Skoog.
March 19, 2020 - 1:37 am
The COVID 19 pandemic has required many in our region to spend more time at home with family. But what does this look like for those families impacted by domestic violence? Joanne Alcantara, the Executive Director of API Chaya offers perspective and resources to keep families safe during this time.
March 16, 2020 - 12:25 pm
As Governor Jay Inslee made the announcement to close all restaurants to in house dining, we turn our focus to Seattle’s Chinatown International District. This neighborhood felt the impacts of the COVID 19 outbreak weeks before the mainstream public experienced the pinch. What’s more, find out how small immigrant businesses in the International District suffer from the timing of the virus during Chinese New Year festivities.
March 13, 2020 - 1:45 am
In response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the state implemented restrictions on the number of people who could congregate to 250 people. Meanwhile, as Washington state school districts considered closing down, small businesses that run educational services for children needed to made critical decisions about shutting down their programs for the season. Listen in on what Chrissy Roberts, Owner of Quiet Heart Wilderness School considered as she planned on how to navigate the losses for the spring.
March 6, 2020 - 6:27 pm
The Black Panther Party was active in Seattle from 1968 to 1976, and then as a black panther cadre until 1982. The party offered a free health clinic, screenings for sickle cell anemia and offered families transportation to state penitentiaries. A new film, Keepers of the Dream: Seattle Women Black Panthers features five Seattle Black Panther Party women.
February 28, 2020 - 10:37 am
For the past 24 years, Tom Ikeda, the founding Executive Director of Densho and his staff have been conducting oral histories of Japanese Americans who have endured the painful experience of being forcibly removed from their homes and incarcerated en masse by the United States government.
February 24, 2020 - 11:24 am
Japanese American elders, their children and grandchildren, and many others held a protest at the Northwest Detention Center on Sunday, February 23rd. It was a partnership between Tsuru for Solidarity, Densho, Seattle Japanese American Citizens League and La Resistencia. This story looks at the generational impact incarceration has on families. Tsuru for Solidarity is preparing
February 18, 2020 - 9:13 am
During the 1960’s, Jimmy Lee Jackson tried registering to vote multiple times without success in Marion Alabama. These experiences activated him to take up the cause for the right to vote. His efforts, and finally his murder, led to a march which resulted in Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama during 1965.
February 17, 2020 - 2:13 pm
Artist, Erin Shigaki, will be installing an art mural near the Bellevue College Main Campus Fountain today. The artwork is a wheatpaste of two children at a US government incarceration camp for people of Japanese descent during WWII. Shigaki describes the art piece and why she chose this image for an installation. Producer: Yuko