Cascadia News Now

 News and  punditry in  Bellingham, Whatcom County and the Pacific Northwest
with Stephanie Kountouros, Dave Willingham, Tim Johnson, and local voices

Bellingham Students walk out /rally to protest gun violence Feb 21

Student Leaders Mehar Singh and Maggie Davis-Bower join Cascadia Now this week:

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Photo: Michael Vendiola

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5:30 pm Wednesdays, 11:00 am Sundays and 1 pm Mondays
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Recent Interviews:

Washington State Senator Kevin Ranker (42nd LD) champions environment, education and equality with bills to protect orcas, fight bullying, improve schools and champion the carbon tax.  Listen now

Longtime activist Barbara Rofkar on the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force MLK Conference — and why it’s more important than ever to attend.  Listen now.

The hope for a public fiber-optic Bellingham – and interview with Jon Humphrey.  Listen now

Senior Correspondent Candice Wilson interviews with Freddie Lane and Jewel James on Lummi Nation’s Kwel Hoy totem journey.  Listen now.

Josephina Mora of the Whatcom 3 on the trial and verdict. The three were arrested when protesting Donald Trump’s 2016 visit to Whatcom County.  Listen now.

Michelle Vendiola of Community to Community and Red Line Salish Sea and Junga Subedar of the Racial Justice Coalition and Whatcom Civil Rights Project speak out about the warrant to search the Bellingham NoDAPL Facebook page. Interview was conducted by Cascadia News Now Citizen Journalist, Liz Darrow.  Listen now:

DACA recipient Jose-Manuel Carillo and Rosalinda Guillen on  why DACA is important and why well-meaning advocates may be making things worse for immigrants. Atty Mike Broadsky on the FB Page search warrant.  Listen now.



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