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Not In My Name poem by Beth Wood (Barb Seaman)
If you’ve been paying attention to the news, upset by the racism that’s brought on the Black Lives Matter movement, the pandemic, the administrations blatant disrespect for most of its citizens, you ‘ll probably find strength and inspiration in this poem. It’s written and read by beth wood, a singer songwriter who’s spent a good …
Save the Post Office Saturday – 8/22/20 (Barb Seaman)
It was “Save the Post Office Saturday” this past weekend. Thousands of people across the country gathered to demand that Congress shore up the US Postal Service. According to Move On, the USPS revenue comes entirely from postage and services. Not tax dollars. Revenue is expected to be down by 50% this year, so the …
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Covid & Domestic Violence, KXRW Original Reporting
Detective Tanya Wollstein, Vancouver PD Domestic Violence Unit, gives an update on how the COVID Pandemic is affecting the reporting of DV incidents, as of July, 2020.
WEA Riverside & systemic racism | KXRW News Original
Adam Aguilera, Vancouver teacher and member of the WEA Riverside Equity Committee, explains how systemic racism exists in education. The teachers union sent a letter to Clark County Council last week, extending an invitation to Chairwoman Eileen Quiring to educate her as to how racism manifests in schools.
What can you do to help? Taking action in the wake of George Floyd.
Jasmine Tolbert, VP, NAACP Vancouver shares thoughts on ways to get involved and work for change.