Hear local politicians, activists, and artists discuss how an open internet allows free expression, creativity, innovation, and collaboration to flourish online.
On Wednesday, November 14th, local restaurants participating in chefs+togetherSEATTLE will donate 10% of proceeds to the NW Immigrant Rights Project.
KEXP chats with Matt Remle of Native American News site Last Real Indians to discuss the roots of Indigenous People's Day and what it means to celebrate on this day.
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP talks with Tracy Rector about Indigenous women filmmakers and her "You Are On Indigenous Land" poster campaign
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP talks with Colleen Echohawk, Executive Director of Chief Seattle Club.
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP shines a spotlight on Seattle organizations who are making a difference, like Eileen Jimenez of Highline College's TRiO Program.
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP talks to Cecile Hansen, the current tribal chairwoman of the Duwamish Tribe, elected in 1975.
This Saturday, June 30th, thousands of people are expected to gather across the country in protest of the "zero tolerance" immigration policy. KEXP’s Alina Santillan chats with José Manuel Vasquez of the Latino Community Fund about how communities can stand with and support the families being sep...
The Rain City Rock Camp for Girls has become an instituion of inspiration, a place where girls, womxn, and gender non-conforming people can learn how to play music and have a safe space for expression and experimentation. We spoke with Executive Director Natalie Walker about the ways RCRC continu...
Sistas Rock the Arts is a collective that presents weekly open mic and jam sessions at Rumba Notes in Columbia City. Co-founder La Tanya Horace, aka SistahLuv, talks to KEXP about creating community and black future.