Ep. 128: Councilman Satpal Sidhu on environment, partisan politics and the future of Whatcom County.
Also, Edgar Frans and Junga Subedar on systemic racism and the Paris Climate Agreement – an interview with Citizen Journalist Liz Darrow.
Ep. 126 Whatcom County Councilman Barry Buchanan on Cherry Point, county jail and Whatcom’s future. Also: City Candidate Roundup, WA Leg Special Session redux, Fergie love-fest, and what you can and can’t do with your phone in the car.
Ep. 124. Catholic Community Associate Director of Housing Malora Christensen and Port Commissioner Michael McAuley on the Port of Bellingham’s rejection of the city’s offer, the future of a city homeless shelter, and homelessness issues in Bellingham. Also, a farewell to former WA Governer, Mike Lowry. Listen now.
Guest-Host County Councilman Carl Weimer discusses water rights and wells in Whatcom, Cherry Point amendments and more, plus a special report from Liz Darrow on the Northwest Detention Center hunger strike in Tacoma, WA.
100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, all-women panel with Catherine Chambers, Teizeen Mohamedali and women from around the world. We talk about young women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields, stereotypes about women and more. Citizen Journalist Rosa Tobin interviews students from Brasil, China, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Former City/County Councilman Seth Fleetwood and enviro-political man-about-town Alex Ramel.
Trying to find Doug Ericksen, saving Blanchard Forest and bills that live and bills that die in the WA State Leg. Also, the rollercoaster ride of good and bad news on the LGBTQ front.
Ep. 113: CNN covers a week of protests. Citizen Journalists Brooks Collins and Liz Darrow cover the Worker and Immigrant Solidarity March, Bellingham City Council Sanctuary City discussion, and the NoDAPL freeway off-ramp march. Also, the 9th Circuit US Appeals Court upholds WA State suspension of the Trump travel ban.
Ep 111. Guest host: Local Poet and Genius Award winner Robert Lashley on National and local Womxn’s March, Doug Ericksen’s part-time job, Bellingham NoDAPL, Sanctuary movement and more.
Ep. 108: Lummi Nation Ferndale School Board Director Candice Wilson and Lummi Indian Business Council, Jay Julious discuss the Department of Natural Resources decision to further protect the Cherry Point Pier. Also, Lummi Nation as a catalyst for Standing Rock and Tribal Nations advocacy to honor treaties.