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KBTC RACE MATTERS
KBTC values diversity and equality. The murder of George Floyd by a police officer has sparked protests all over the country. Below are some programs, including Northwest Now where race, diversity and equality have been discussed.
A look at race as we celebrate Junteenth
Tacoma Mayor Woodards Reacts To Alleged Police Brutality
Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards angry denounces suspected police brutality in her city
Of Race and reconciliation
A look at the 1885 Tacoma Chinese expulsion
Northwest Now: Seattle Unrest Sep 18, 2020
A city on edge.
Inslee Police Reform Press Conference 6/8
Governor Jay Inslee addresses need for police reform
NORTHWEST NOW RACE AND DIVERSITY DISCUSSIONS
Race and Pedagogy 2018
The intersection of education and race with UPS' Dr. Dexter Gordon.
Working for peace in an era of increasing hate.
Black History Month 2019: Civil Rights
The importance of history in the context of today.
The black experience through the lens of history
She challenges the conventional wisdom.
Taking on a difficult topic.
Homeless African Americans
A look at the disturbing trend.
Former members talk about the past and present of civil rights activism.
Black History Month - Black History in Tacoma
A generational look at the struggle for civil rights.
Race and Pedagogy - Sept. 2014
The Race and Pedagogy comes to Tacoma.
The issues surrounding the troubles in Ferguson, Missouri.
Where do we go from here?
Local leaders work to address educational issues.
An effort to bring police, policy makers and the public together in Tacoma.
TPSD Superintendent Carla Santorno
We sit down with Tacoma Public Schools Superintendent Carla Santorno.
A discussion with New University of Puget Sound President Isiah Crawford
Is I-940 an important element of Police reform?
Norm Stamper on Police Reform
Seattle's former top cop on police reform.
NORTHWEST NOW DIGITAL FIRST DIVERSITY COVERAGE
We take you to the Northwest African American Museum.
Homeless African Americans
A look at the disturbing trend that shows blacks have a higher homeless rate
Tacoma Buffalo Soldiers Museum
A look inside of the Tacoma Buffalo Soldiers Museum
Stonewall 50th Anniversary
Chris Anderson has this look at the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
Digital First Billy Frank Dedication
A wildlife refuge area is named after a legendary Nisqually tribal activist
Lyle Quasim Profile
A discussion with Lyle Quasim, and all he's done for the community he loves.
The Peace Bus
A ride along in a vehicle powered by peace and charity.
Tacoma Latino Town Hall
A wrap around look at a town hall aimed at Tacoma's fastest growing population.