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Native Americans join fight to save important ancestral documents

Tribal leaders join fight to save Seattle's National Archives

Earlier this year, the federal government announced that the Seattle branch of the National Archives will be shut down and its contents moved to California. Tribal leaders are joining forces with historians, elected officials, and others to fight for access to important documentation of early indigenous life in the Northwest.

Save History


City Inside/Out debates the ins and outs of payroll taxes on big businesses

Brian Callanan with City Inside/Out guests

State lawmakers are considering a bill (House Bill 2948) that would allow King County to tax big businesses to help fund affordable housing and homeless services. The business community supports a regional solution like this, but only if the bill bans (“preempts”) cities from charging another similar tax. With less than 2 weeks left in the session, will lawmakers be able to broker a deal?

Tax Talk


Documentary celebrates five women who were a force in the Black Panther Party ✊🏿

Women in the Seattle Black Panther Party

As Black History Month turns to Women's History Month, watch "Keepers of the Dream: Seattle Women Black Panthers." The film includes five stories of women who played pivotal roles in the Seattle Black Panther Party program. 

Keep the Dream


Lewis & Morales weigh in on latest response to homelessness Council Edition

County-wide business tax & downtown safety on  Council Edition

How is the City Council reacting to a proposed big business tax to fund homelessness services? What about public safety downtown? Councilmembers Andrew Lewis and Tammy Morales answer these questions and more on the latest City Inside/Out Council Edition with Brian Callanan.

Connect with Council


🏠 How universal design principles can make aging in place possible

Apartment that has been modified using universal design principles

As people get older, some consider moving to a retirement community. But others are more interested in "aging in place." Learn how using universal design principles and making simple modifications can increase accessibility and allow people stay in their homes longer.

Home Sweet Home


Meet state's top attorney & the head of Washington's elections 🗳️

Bob Ferguson

Join Civic Cocktail on March 4 to hear from Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Wyman will discuss the upcoming Presidential Primary, online elections, and more. Ferguson will share what he's learned filing or signing onto 55 lawsuits against the Trump administration, bringing suit against pharmaceutical companies, and more.

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