Eddie Rye and Hayward Evans welcome-
*Derrick Johnson, President and CEO, NAACP comments on what he discussed with President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris in the meeting with Civil Rights Leaders.
*Carolyn Riley-Payne, President, Seattle King County Branch, NAACP comments on the next moves with the Seattle School Board on whether Superintendent Denise Juneau should leave before June, 2021.
*Sarah Sense-Wilson, Co Founder and Executive Director, Urban Native Education Alliance (UNEA) comments on the resignation of Denise Juneau.
*Attorney Jesse Wineberry, Sr. comments on the history of Affirmative Action legislation and initiatives since I-200 was passed in November,1998 that eliminated Affirmative Action in Washington State.
*Attorney Lynn D. French the Main Sponsor of Initiative 1300 (I-1300) The Manuel Ellis Washington Anti-Discrimination Act (WADA) and Manuel Ellis sister Monet Carter-Mixon comments on the initiative and informs you how you can help restore Affirmative Action in Washington State.
*Clyde Merriwether reveals the information that he and Donald D. have discovered through their Freedom of Information request from the Seattle School District.