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THIS WEEK: Feb. 22 to 28, 2021
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Black History Month Special Programming
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 5pm: Conversations in Black by Tina On Tech
The Black Digital Divide. Guests: Maynard Okereke, host of Hip Hop Science Show, and Denna Pierott, found of iUrban Teen
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 7:30pm: Dance Exhibition
Chicago Stepping by Styles of Steppin'
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 8pm: Ben Hunter Live
Music performance from the Historic Columbia City Theater
Friday, Feb. 26, 6pm: Film Workshop
Racial equity in the Seattle Film Industry
Friday, Feb. 26, 7pm: Friday Family Film Night with Filmmaker Anthony Tackett
Featuring "Malik," a short film about police harrassment, and "Black June," a documentary about uprisings following George Floyd's murder.
Afternoons with Monique
Pleased to have Ginny Cheng, Director of Recruiting at Zillow, Founder of Career Contessa, and Former Senior Recruiting Manager at Facebook.
Clean Greens Living
This week's guest is Lisa Judge, Inspector General for the City of Seattle.
Conversations in Black
The Black Digital Divide: A talk on the relationship Black people have with technology with the host of Hip Hop Science Show, Maynard Okereke and the founder of iUrban Teen, Deena Pierott.
The Fil-Am Radyo Show
Friday Family Film Night
Showing two films by Anthony Tackett, 'Malik' and the world premiere of 'Black June.'
Sharing words from Dr. Bernice A. King discussing MLK holiday events.
Mondo shares his experience getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot and his beliefs that the NCAA should better promote kids statying in school.
The Neon Ghost Show
Nazis, genocide, sounding rods, actors replacing actors on short notice, a deep dive into Armie Hammer's creepy fetish.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Service
The News on Rainier Avenue Radio
Real Estate & Money
A local renovation expert discusses remodeling.
The Sean Taeschner Show
An interview with concerned mother in Arizona, Jenny Jackson, who lays out a blueprint for citizens in their respective states to fight back using the law of required vaccinations and state's rights versus federal authority.
Seattle Here & Now
Mr. James Hasty, local product, small business owner, and former NFL professional football player, shares his life's journey in a discussion on "Hate and Hate Groups."
Featuring true-to-life Ironmen, useful royalty, true love, opposition research, skinheads, community radio — and a trip back to the root of all the other evils, i.e. child abuse.
Women Empowerment Talk Radio
Chatting finance with Darren Fox, Regional Vice President at Prime America.
You Can Make a Difference
Columbia City Live Performances
Benjamin Hunter, Xperience and OG Squeak Nutty Bug perform live.
Styles of Steppin' performs Chicago Steppin dance.
Singer Rocky Sandoval guests.
God Is Inspiration
Jazz From the Cabinets
Music from Black muscians Don Byron, Abbey Lincoln, Gil Scott-Heron, and Kamasi Washington for Black History Month.
Eazy-E, Staple Singers, Egyptian Lover, The Fat Boys, and more.
Part 2 of a 2-part series for Black History Month, featuring all music by Black artists. including Chuck Berry, the Jacksons, Johnny Mathis, Percy Sledge, Prince, Jennifer Hudson, and more!
R&R Live Jam Session
Sergio Lacour’s Love Lines
Ray J, Keyshia Cole, Trey Songz, Usher, Tony Toni Tone, SZA, and more.
R&B gems from 1961 to 1971, featuring Brenton Wood, Lou Rawls, Melba Moore, The Three Degrees, The Whispers, Solomon Burke, Freda Payne and more.
Star Time Jukebox
Metro Sports Weekly
Monday Night Sports with Dupe & Edwin
Seattle Sports Weekly
Student Athlete Advocates
Amanda Zuber from Highline HS in Burien discusses her role as a student athlete counselor.
A special Black History Month episode featuring strong Black characters in the tales Ambitious Girl, Earth Mother, Sulwe, and George Washington Bush: Washington's Negro Pioneer as read by Story Time readers Whitney Rainwater, Asia Jones, and our newest reader Jalal Wilson.