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Summer Fund Drive Progress

The on-air portion of our fund drive is over, but you can still help KBCS reach its goal by donating before June 30th. Please make a gift in support of your favorite KBCS programs today, and thank you in advance!

$65,000 Goal

62.15%

Drive ends: June 30, 2024

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Seattle’s CID and their reason to fight the homeless shelter expansion

Last week, King County scrapped their plans for a homeless shelter expansion on the edge of Seattle’s Chinatown International District (CID). Listen to why elders from the CID came out in numbers to protest another homeless shelter in this neighborhood and what they demand now.

2017 Seattle Asian American Film Festival

February 23rd kicks off the 5th annual Seattle Asian American Film Festival and one of the opening night films is Who Killed Donnie Chin. For years Donnie Chin was a mainstay in Seattle’s International District. On July 23rd 2015, Chin was murdered in Chinatown. KBCS’s Yuko Kodama spoke with Matt Chan, the Producer/Director of Who Killed Donnie Chin, about who Donnie Chin was and the importance of people in our communities sharing their stories with the public. Chan’s film will be showing at 7:30 pm on February 23rd, during the opening of this year’s Seattle Asian American Film Festival at the SIFF Cinema Egyptian.

The Seattle Asian American Film Festival runs February 23rd through February 26th. 20 films by Asian American directors will be featured. 15% of the films are local productions.