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Urban Forum NW 06 – 06 – 19

Scheduled guests for the hour are:

With Special co-host: Hayward Evans:


*Janaye Ingram, Director, National Partnerships, Airbnb comments on her forum that was held in Seattle in collaboration with the Seattle NAACP to promote home sharing economic opportunities. The event was held at the Northwest African American Museum.

*Dr. Jesse Wineberry, Sr. JD, updates the continuing effort to restore Affirmative Action in Washington State and provides information on the John Carlson KOMO abc, KVI, and Tim Eyman led opposition to equality for African Descendants of the Enslaved in The United States (ADUSS).

*Roberto Jourdan, Chair, Festival Sundiata, comments on Seattle’s Annual Black Arts Fest that will be held June 15 & 16 at the Seattle Center that will feature local and national acts such as the DAZZ BAND, Angela Winbush, Binky Womack, the American History Traveling Museum, Buffalo Soldiers Color Guard, Youth Tap, Drill,Dance and Drum.

*Ken Archie, Chair, Mount Zion Baptist Church Annual Fathers Day Golf Tournament that will be held on June 15 at Lake Wilderness Golf Course in Maple Valley. For information call 206.920.5434.

*Jamie Elmore, Founder, Alopecia Support Group is in the process of developing a documentary she will update the progress on her project. Joining in on the conversation will be award winning filmmaker and videographer Myles Ross.

Join Eddie Rye Jr. and fascinating guests from around the world as they discuss the topics important to today’s world – whether you live in the Northwest or in some faraway country. Eddie uses his years of media experience to get to the heart of every conversation.

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