Rainier Avenue Radio s hosting a special broadcast series entitled
“The Impacts of the Coronavirus in south Seattle and Surrounding Communities”
Live broadcasts happen Fridays 1-3pm Pacific Time, as well as special StreetBeat episodes on alternate days.
SEE LINKS TO PAST BROADCASTS BELOW
Watch live broadcasts on the Rainier Avenue Radio app or on Facebook.
Listen at www.RainierAvenueRadio.World, on TuneIn or smart speakers.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW to be healthy, safe, & aware. Due diligence, but not letting fear normalize your daily living!
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IMPACTS OF CORONAVIRUS EPISODES
Ep 1 Candace Jackson, Education Consultant - King County Public Health
Ep 2 Louise Chernin, CEO and President - Greater Seattle Business Association
Ep 3:Michelle Mitchell-Brannon - Atlantic Street Center & DeShawn Jackson, Student/Parent Advocate John Muir Elementary.
Ep 4 Thai Dao - South end resident tested positive for coronavirus
Ep 5 Business owners Tia Matthies - The Royal Room & Theo Martin - Island Soul Rum Bar & Soul Shack
Ep 6 Pat McCarthy, Executive Director - SP Schools Athletic Dept. & DeShawn Jackson, Advocate - John Muir Elementary
Ep 7 Brian McGuigan, Program Director - Artist Trust & Saida Alim, Mental Health Therapist - Somali Youth/Family Club
Ep 8 Kurt Schroeder, President - Safeway & Albertsons, Seattle Division
Ep 9 Leigh Thomas, Communications - FEES
Ep 10 Josephine Howell - Songstress, Covid-19+ & Doug Baldwin - Family First Foundation
Ep 11 Harold Scoggins, Chief - Seattle Fire Department
Ep 12 Ryan Pricco, Director of Advocacy & Policy - Child Care Aware of Washington
Ep 13 Lewis Rudd, CEO - Ezell's Famous Chicken
Ep 14 Lillian Young, Communications - Kin-On (with Vietnamese translation / Monique Le)
Ep 15 Seattle Black Leadership during the coronavirus pandemic - Girmay Zahilay, King County Councilmember. Wyking Garrett, Africatown CEO. Trish Millenes Dziko, Technology Access Foundation CEO. Michelle Merriweather, Seattle Metropolitan Urban League CEO. Marcus Green, South Seattle Emerald Publisher.
Ep 17 Asian Leadership:Toshiko Hasegawa, WA State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs. Ye-Ting Woo, Assistant U.S. Attorney - Western District of WA. Herman Tam -Kin On. Valerie Tran, Friends of Little Saigon. Lydia Faitalia, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
Ep 18 Spokane Black Communities: Carmen Pacheco Jones, Spokane Regional Law & Justice Councilmember. Pastor Lonnie Mitchell, Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church- Spokane Sandy Williams, Black Lens News
Ep 19 Yakima Mayor Patricia Byers.
Ep 20 Kris Hermanns - Seattle Foundation.
Ep 21 Carolyn Bick - South Seattle Emerald.
Ep 23 Clifton Russell - Praisalujah Discipleship
Ep 24 Darryl Smith - Homesight WA
Ep 25 Steve Polyak - UW Medicine Virologist
Ep 26 Lauren Truscott - SPD
Ep 27 Jeff Duchin MD- King County PublicHealth Officer
Ep 28 Densho Japanese American Legacy Project
Ep 29 Thai Dao - S Seattle Resident, Covid-19+
Ep 30 - Impact 2020
Ep 31 - Josephine Howell
Ep 32 - Jason White, Yakima City Councilmember
Ep 33 - John Gilbreath, Earshot Jazz
Ep 34 - Cliff Cawthon, Immigrant & Refugee Covid-19 task force member
Ep 35 - Patricia Byers, Mayor of Yakima
Ep 36 - Greg Wheeler, Mayor of Bremerton
Ep 37 - David Jones, The Copy Spot
Ep 38 - Steven Severin, Neumos & WA Nightlife Music Assoc.
Ep 39 - Predatory Home Buying during the pandemic
Ep 40 - James Reese, Carrie House Church
Ep 41 - Tank Sherrill, Black Prisoners Caucus
Ep 42 - King County Councilmember Girmay Zahilay
Ep 43 - Richard RJ Johnson, Kent Black Action Commission
Ep 44 - Mary Rabourn, King County Public Health
Ep 45 - Dr. Jeffrey Duchin, King County Public Health
Ep 46 - Jorge Baron, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Ep 47- Predatory Home Buying during the Pandemic
Ep 48- NW Grocery Association #MaskUpWA campaign, Holly Chisa
Ep 49- John Taylor, King County Local Services
Ep 50- Mick Hoffman, WIAA on High School Sports
Ep 51 - Calli Knight, King County Deputy Director, External Relations
Ep 52 - Emergency Feeding Program, Glenn Turner
Ep 53 - Stay Healthy Streets Seattle
Ep 54 - Are BLM Protests being Used for Violentce? Ruby Holland & Victoria Beach
Ep 55 - The State of Live Music & Venues. Marty Griswold & Steven Severin
Ep 56 - Be Ready. Stay Hydrated, Leija Farr
Ep 57 - Big Day of Play, Danyal Lotfi
Ep 58 - Taproot Cafe, Tiana Garrett
Ep 59 - Growlerz Dog Daycare
Ep 60 - FBI Advisory Special Agent Jim Griffin
Ep 61 - Seatttle-King County Public Health Director Patty Hayes
Ep 62 - Greg Wheeler, Mayor of Bremerton
Ep 63 - Denise Juneau, Superintendent of Seattle Public Schools
Ep 64 - Seattle Pre-school 2021
Ep 65 - Seattle Homeless, Sydney Brownstoe - Seattle Times
Ep 66 - King County Pandemic EBT - Callista Kennedy
Ep 67 - Earshot Jazz, John Gilbreath
Ep 68 - Mental Health, NAMI WA, Jenny Gruenberg
Ep 69 - Urban League Seattle - black voter registration _ 9-23-20 Census event
Ep 70 - Impacts of Coronavirus on Chinatown-Intl District + its name change 9-18-20
Ep 71 - Impacts of coronavirus on RVC (Rainier Valley Corps) 9-18-20
Ep 72 - South Seattle Community Haunted House
Ep 73 - Chip-in.co Community Fundraising: Impacts of Coronavirus 9-25-20
Ep 74 - September is Recovery & Suicide Prevention month: Impacts of Coronavirus 9-25-20
Ep 75 - Impacts of Coronavirus: K-12 Student health & care
Ep 76 - How does the FBI Define & Identify Domestic Terrorism? 10-2-20
Ep 77 - The Impact & Uptick of Hate Groups - Hal Bernton, Seattle Times journalist
Ep 78 - Tony B. Two Americas
Ep 79 - Seattle Homeless, Sydney Brownstone - Seattle Times
Ep 80 - Musicians Healthcare - SMASHseattle.org, Denise Burnside
Ep 81- Coronavirus Update with Tony B - MIS-A and MIS-C
Ep 82 - Coronavirus Impacts on King County Intl Airport - Boeing Field. Guest John Parrot, Director 10-16-20
Ep 83 - Foster Grandparent Program by Homage Senior Services: Impacts of Coronavirus 10-23-20
Ep 84 Covid Vaccines, Evan Bush-Seattle Times Reporter 10-23-20
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Streetbeat Ep 40 King County Councilmember Girmay Zahilay
Streetbeat Ep 41 Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan
Streetbeat Ep 42 Tammy Morales Seattle City Councilmember, District 2
Streetbeat Ep 43 Bremerton Mayor Greg Wheeler
StreetBeat Ep 44 Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards
StreetBeat Ep 45 Paula Houston - UW Medicine Healthcare Equity Director
ABOUT THIS CAMPAIGN
Rainier Avenue Radio is a south Seattle radio station and digital media hub. We are proud to serve south Seattle and surrounding communities with opportunities to engage with critical issues, compelling stories, and quality entertainment 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
During the current coronavirus pandemic, Rainier Avenue Radio will continue our efforts to provide educational and informational broadcasts about the coronavirus as well as broadcasting the impact that the coronavirus is having on south Seattle’s diverse residents, service providers, housing, childcare, schools, and businesses.
It’s just as important that we amplify the diverse voices of our communities and share your narratives of unanticipated challenges caused by the coronavirus over our broadcast media networks as part of our communication strategies. It’s also important that our communities can access reliable information, have a resource to filter misinformation, and lower anxieties or fears about the disease while trying to normalize life and not let fear rule daily living in our communities.
We are asking that the community connect with us in this effort. There will be opportunities to join us for broadcasts to share your actions and community needs.Thank you for participating in our effort to effectively share information within and about our communities. We will be utilizing our media broadcast networks, website, and social media to keep our community updated with new information, a variety of services that are available, and/or that become available to assist our communities during these challenges. We will be sharing YOUR needs with the appropriate agencies or individuals to ensure that your communities needs are heard.
Rainier Avenue Radio is proud to be YOUR community radio station serving south Seattle and surrounding communities. We NEED your voice, and your narrative. Together, we can make it through this and be more prepared for emergencies.