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KUOW will be hosting virtual community events until we are able to gather in-person again. See details and RSVP below!

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Upcoming Events

March

  • Rebuilding Democracy

    Join KUOW, Humanities Washington, Spokane Public Radio and Northwest Public Broadcasting for Re:building Democracy a special YouTube virtual event and live broadcast as we dive deep into the state of democracy, voting and civic engagement. Deepening polarization is eroding faith in the electoral and democratic process on which our democracy depends. What can we do to cultivate mutual respect, repair damaged relationships, and reweave a civic fabric frayed from years of growing division? KUOW's Community Engagement Executive Producer Ross Reynolds and featured guests will explore with us one of the key questions of our time: How can we increase America’s commitment to democratic governance? We want to hear from you! Call 1-877-304-7190 and tell us why you think we are facing a deep divide in our democracy. What can be done to fix it? What are you willing to do to bridge the divide? Your answers may be featured in this upcoming program. RSVP for this virtual event and share your comments or questions.

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  • The First 100 Days: Education with NPR's Anya Kamenetz

    Education is top of mind both locally and nationally as schools begin to reopen. It is also a major priority for President Biden in his first 100 days in office. The President has signed a wave of executive orders indicating a much stronger federal role in ensuring schools can reopen safely. Yet several pressing questions remain: When will teachers be vaccinated? What do Covid safe reopening plans look like? What are the ongoing challenges for remote learning? Join NPR's Anya Kamenetz and KUOW’s Angela King live on YouTube and Facebook as they explore these questions and more and take a deep dive into the local and national challenges facing education and the White House. RSVP and share your comments or questions.

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April

  • The First 100 Days: U.S. Relations with BBC's Anthony Zurcher

    When President Joe Biden took office in January, he pledged to enact new policies that would veer the U.S. off former President Trump's path. Join KUOW and BBC's Anthony Zurcher as we explore what the Biden/Harris administration’s "First 100 Days" in office will look like for immigration, environmental policies, trade policies and more. What are the priorities on day one? What challenges lay ahead nationally and locally? RSVP and share your questions!

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May

  • The First 100 Days: Economy with NPR's Scott Horsley

    When President Joe Biden took office in January, he pledged to enact new policies that would veer the U.S. off former President Trump's path. Join KUOW's Deborah Wang and NPR's Scott Horsley as they explore what the Biden/Harris administration’s "First 100 Days" in office will look like for the economy? What are the priorities? What challenges lay ahead nationally and locally? Share your questions and join the conversation.

    LocationWhere: Online Virtual Event Get Tickets