Rhythm & News interview with Beth Salaguinto, vice president of the The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Greater Seattle Chapter, about the recent chartering of the organization and their mission.
Rhythm & News interview with Anthony Tibbs, a local promoter/marketer in Seattle, about his battle with COVID. Tibbs was undecided about getting vaccinated at the time he contracted the deadly virus.
Rhythm and News interview with Mr. Charles Jackson about his many years of volunteer service to youth in Seattle's Central Area.
Interview with Darnesha Weary, owner of Black Coffee Northwest in Shoreline, about vandalism, burglaries and harassment of their business/employees that she believes are racially motivated.
Interview with T'wina Nobles, President of the Tacoma Urban League and one of the architects of the Black Future Coop Fund, about Black Philanthropy Month and the virtual events that they have planned.
Interview with Linda Taylor, Housing Director for the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, about the federal and state eviction moratoriums and options that are available to both renters and landlords/homeowners.
Rhythm & News interview with Seattle Mayoral Candidate Bruce Harrell.
Interview with Dennis Worsham, Interim Director of Public Health of Seattle and King County, regarding the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, the Delta variant, COVID vaccines, vaccination rates, new COVID guidance, and the increase in new COVID cases.
Interview with Kent Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Calvin Watts about his leaving the district to become superintendent of the Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia, his tenure at Kent Public Schools, his handling of COVID, and other education related issues.
Dr. George Counts, one of the leading infectious disease experts, talks about COVID-19, the variants, the COVID vaccines, and how to best protect yourself and others.