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Dr. Michelle Terry

*Dr. Michelle Terry, is an experienced clinician, educator, advocate and former regulator. Currently Dr. Terry sees patients in the division of general pediatrics and hospital medicine at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital. She taught classes at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She has been appointed by two governors to medical Quality assurance Commission.

*Reverend Dr. Robert L. Jeffrey, Sr. Pastor, New Hope Missionary Baptist church, Founder Black Dollar Days Task Force, Clean Greens Farm and Market will pay tribute to Ms. Lottie Cross who passed away last week. Ms. Lottie was a close confidant and a leader in both organizations and a highly respected leader in the City of Seattle.

*Tamika Moseley, Herbalist, is a published author, global speaker. Her publications include Sickle Cell Natural Healing: A Mother’s Journey. She also will provide advice on how to avoid the Coronavirus.

*Clarence Gunn, President, Democrats for Diversity and Inclusion (DDI) comments on the work of the organization and Tuesday’s Presidential Primary in Washington State.

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