Thursday, August 3 on Urban Forum Northwest :
*Shaude’ Moore has been appointed as CEO of the Central District Community Preservation & Development Authority (CDCPDA) aka The McKinney Center for Community and Economic Development. She was one of many people from the African American Community that supported House Bill 1918 sponsored by Representative Sharon Tomiko Santos that made the CDCPDA possible.
* Reverend Dr. Carey Anderson, Pastor, Seattle’s First AME Church comments on the 60th Anniversary of the August 28, 1963 March on Washington DC for Jobs and Freedom and what’s being planned in Seattle to remember the movement that gained the Cilvil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 for African Americans. Recent Supreme Court rulings are putting both Acts in jeopardy.
*Reverend Dr. Steve Baber, Retired, comments on what must happen on August 28, 2023 to demonstrate to all that African Americans will not side idly by and witness the destruction of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Both Acts were passed after the August 28,1963 March on Washington DC for Jobs and Freedom.
*Claude Burfect, King County Labor Leader participated in the August 28, 1963 March on Washington DC for Jobs and Freedom and he is a member of the 60th Anniversary Committee that will host activities to commemorate the historic March. He will be joined by Hayward Evans, Co Convener, Seattle king County Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Committee (MLKCC) to comment on the preliminary plans for August 25, 26, 27, 2023.
Reverend Dr. Leslie Braxton, Pastor, New Beginnings Christian Fellowship (NBCF) Kent WA joins Show Some Love Host: Dennis Denman Jr. and Clarence Williams as they invite you to the Saturday, August 5 Banquet that will honor NBCF Musicians Nat Patterson, Ron McNeil, John McElroy, and Dotcy Isom.