Thursday, December 30 on Urban Forum Northwest: scheduled guests for the hour are:
*Seattle Mayor elect Bruce Harrell comments on his agenda for improving the lives of the people in his city with homelessness, crime and the omicron virus being major issues for the city and the country.
*Attorney Lynne Wilson pays tribute to Archbishop Desmond Tutu and comments on her experience with the National Lawyers Guild at the first session of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings in east London, South Africa April, 1996.
*Carmelle Bias, CEO and Founder,Women in Business Expo Group comments on the upcoming activities of the organization and how you can get email@example.com.
*Alexis Mburu, a Junior at Foster High School is coordinating the Seattle King County Martin Luther King Jr. Organizing Coalition’s January 16, 2022 virtual Youth event.
*Kennedy Palmore is a student at Shorecrest High School comments on her experience as an Intern with the Seattle King County MLK Organizing Coalition.
*Sira Doucoure is a student at Kent Meridian High School comments on her
experience as an Intern with the Seattle MLK Organizing coalition.
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