Daniel López de Jesús talks with Becky from inside the Northwest Detention Center about his story, the impact that immigration detention has on families and people of color, and the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 among incarcerated individuals. Interview begins at .
Erin Guinup returns to tell us about the latest initiative of the Tacoma Refugee Choir–The Love Letters Project–including how you can participate in sending electronic messages of support and hope for refugees, right from your home! Interview begins at .
T’wina Nobles introduces us to Tacoma Urban League and the Black Futures Fund, explains the value of mentorship and education, gives practical advice for community leaders of color, and invites all of Tacoma to “stick around” for continuing to improve our community for the long haul, after the energy of the summer’s protests wanes. Interview […]
Victoria Gingrey takes us on a walk through the world of dogs, cats, and critters at the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County, including how to participate in Saturday’s Dog-A-Thon 5k.
Alease Frieson discusses the ways in which she creates spaces for arts, music, and culture to flourish in Tacoma for the benefit of all ages and members of the community. Interview begins at .
Danielle Schell and Emily Ager of Fern+Foster discuss the ways in which individuals and families create receive support throughout their fertility and parenting journeys. Interview begins at .
L. Denice Randle explains the ways in which Peace Community Center partners with families and the Tacoma Public Schools to support and enrich young students in their academic pathways through a data-informed holistic lens. Interview begins at .