with Co-Host Hayward Evans:
?* Rep. Karen Bass, the U.S. Representative for California’s 37th congressional district since 2013.
*Lenny Wilkens National Basketball Association (NBA) Hall of Fame Player and Coach that led the 1979 Seattle Super Sonics to the NBA Championship. The Lenny Wilkens Foundation was the MVP for the Odessa Children’s Clinic expansion to the new facility at Othello Station in South Seattle. Odessa Brown’s 100th Birthday and the Clinic’s 50th Birthday will be celebrated virtually Thursday, November 12 at 6:30 pm (PST) at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to the event. Or call 206.963.3894.
*Micki Flowers, Co Founder and Co Chair, Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic Guild shares some history of the 50 year old clinic that serves our children and comments on the progress the Guild has made towards the Othello Station facility that will be under construction soon.
*Dr. Ben Danielson, Chief Medical Officer, Odessa Children’s Clinic comments on the mission and accomplishments of the 50 year old clinic, the service provide on daily basis to our children. He will give us an idea of what would be offered in the new Othello Station facility.
*Renton City Councilmember Attorney Kim Khanh Van comments on her proposals to bring about equity and inclusion in the city and offers suggestions to citizens on how they can assist in bringing about equality in Renton WA.
*Reverend Dr. Linda M. Smith, Founder and Executive Director, SKY Urban Empowerment and Transformation Center comments on the role her organization plays in the City of Renton and the services that are provided.