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.
Social Justice Fund Northwest is a grassroots democratic foundation that funds community organizing throughout the Northwest in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. We talked to Mijo Lee, Executive Director, about their mission and ways we can get involved.
KEXP chats with Elena Perez, the director for ROC's Seattle chapter, about the history of their organization, how vital restaurants are to our country's economy, and how employers can also step up to ensure they're protecting their workers.
Citizen University is committed to encouraging civic literacy, engagement, and activation. We talked to Ben Phillips, Senior Program Manager for Citizen University, to learn more about the organizations mission, their unique approach to community building, and how people can get involved locally.
On August 1st, King County voters will have a chance to vote for Proposition 1, also known as Access for All. This fund would provide arts, science, and heritage organizations like KEXP with significant new resources to sustain existing programs, greatly expand free and reduced-price access to pr...