Rhytmm & News interview with Todd Minor, owner of Nana's Souther Kitchen in Kent, about their first year anniversary. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Jamila Taylor, candidate for State Rep. in Washington's 30th Legislative District, about her legislative agenda and the final stretch of her campaign. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Ed Prince, Executive Director of the Washington State Commission on African American Affairs, about the importance of voting and a historical perspective on voter suppression and its impact on society. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Theo Martin, owner of Island Soul Restaurant, about The Seattle Medium's 25 Alive campaign and how he is navigating COVID-19. Invterview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Carolyn Riley-Payne, President of The Seattle King County NAACP, about their call for the Seattle Public School Board to terminate the contract of Supt. Denise Juneau. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Chukundi Salisbury, candidate for State Rep. in the 37th Legislative District, about his legislative agenda, qualifications and final push towards the General Election. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Rhythm & News interview with Denise Rolark-Barnes, Publisher of the Washington Informer, about Word in Black's (A collaborative of 10 leading Black newspapers) live virtual voter engagement event - voting with purpose. Interview by Chris B. Bennett.
Tragedy and triumph is a recurring theme in the history of Haiti, the world’s first Black Republic.
As the Delta variant surges around the country, Corporate America is taking a stand on vaccinations. Johnny Taylor, president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management, explains the conditions employees will face if they aren't vaccinated against Covid-19.
The Delta variant, originally known as B.1.617.2, has been around since late last year but in recent months it has become speedily dominant in many countries. It accounts for more than 80% of newly diagnosed cases in the U.S., according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mayor Durkan Proposes Comprehensive Budget Plan To Address SPD Hiring, Reduce Gun Violence, And Invest In Alternatives
Following Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s and Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz recent announcements on gun violence and alternatives to policing, Mayor Durkan is transmitting an ordinance to City Council that allows SPD and other city departments to move forward a series of broadly supported initiatives to comprehensively address the public safety challenges facing our community.