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Urban Forum NW 10 – 03 – 19

with Co-Host Hayward Evans:

*Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D) represents the 7th congressional district of Washington State. She serves on the House Judiciary Committee, we will ask for an update on her committee work and comment on her legislative priorities for her district.

*Ed Prince, Executive Director, Washington State Commission on African American Affairs comments on the work of the commission and talks about the Small Business Expo that was sponsored by both African American Commission and the Washington State Asian Pacific American Affairs at Sea Tac Airport on Wednesday.

*Ernie Dunston, President, the Breakfast Group pays tribute to Bill Hilliard who passed away on yesterday, Bill was the first president of the organization that has thrived for over 40 years serving the community and specifically young Black Men that need counseling and tutoring.

*Tana Yasu, Treasurer, Seattle/King County Martin Luther King Jr. Organizing Coalition updates the progress of the organization’s efforts for the January 20, 2020 MLK Holiday Celebration and invites you to the Tuesday, October 8 meeting at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.

*Author Addie Jones invites you to the Urban Book Expo at the Northwest African American Museum Saturday, October 5 12:00-5:00 pm. She will showcase her book, “Skin Deep: An Interactive Coloring Book” by her nickname Screebee.


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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