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2020 Census in a time of crisis
The 2020 Census is getting underway at the start of April, and the stakes are high for our growing region. Billions of dollars in federal funding for schools, food assistance, and public safety as well as political representation are at stake. How can you participate and will the new online census help increase participation amidst coronavirus concerns? Learn more right here on Seattle Channel!
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New Homelessness Authority
Prolific Offenders: Solutions?
City Council: New Year, New Priorities
2021 Episode 2: Defending Democracy, COVID & Homelessness, Sawant Recall Decision Delay, and BLM Court Update
Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and Kevin Schofield of Seattle City Council Insight discuss the defense of democracy at our nation’s and our state’s capitols, a yearly count of unsheltered homeless people that’s not happening in 2021, a delay in the Supreme Court’s decision on the petition to recall Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, an update on a court case from Black Lives Matter vs. the City of Seattle, and more! Plus: find out how to get your hands on a new “Seattle News, Views, and Brews” coffee mug.It’s yours at the $10 per month level, soplease support us on Patreon!
They go all out, punishing the competition in the fast moving, full contact game of rugby. Wheelchair rugby. They may be quadriplegics, but that hasn’t dimmed their desire to compete. And when they slam into each other they feel it. And it hurts. For Jeremy Hannaford, coach and player for the Seattle Slam, this is much more than a game. It gives him an outlet, provides him some independence and reminds him his disability does not determine his every move.