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Urban Forum NW 10 – 10 – 19

with Co-Host Hayward Evans:

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*Estela Ortega, Executive Director, El Centro de la Raza invites you to the organizations Building the Beloved Community Gala on Saturday, October 12 5:00-9:00 pm at the Washington State Convention Center. She will also comment on the services provided by the agency.

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*La Tanya Horace of Sistas Rock the Arts in conjunction with a number of local organizations are sponsoring Breaking the Silence in Our Community in recognition of National Domestic Violence Month. there will be two days of honoring victims of domestic violence at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute on Wednesday, October 16 10:00 am-5:00 pm and Saturday, October 19 10:00 am-5:00 pm. Information at latanyahoracehorace@gmail.com.

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*Bob Armstead, Washington State Civil Rights Coalition and McKinney Coalition Member comments on the current state of affairs of businesses owned by African Descendants of United States Enslaved (ADUSS) with local agencies. He will also comments on the efforts of McKinney Coalition members to open the center.

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*Shaude’ Moore, Chair, Seattle/King County Martin Luther King Jr. Organizing Coalition comments on the groups efforts to organize the January 20, 2020 MLK Holiday at Garfield High School.

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*Aneelah Afzali, American Muslim Empowerment Network and Dr. Jeff Burns, a Southern Baptist Pastor will talk about how a Muslim Child Changed an Evangelical ministers Life on Friday, October 11 6:15-9:00 pm at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) 17550 NE 67th CT Redmond, WA 98052.


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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