Seattle mayoral candidates, Lorena Gonzalez and Bruce Harrell, participate in dueling 1:1 interviews as they speak on their proposed solutions to the city's enormous challenges and their vision for the future of Seattle.
A discussion of the legacy of 9/11: why 9/11 pulled the United States apart instead of bringing our country together, if the War on Terror is over or just taking a different shape and what we’re fighting for post-9/11 and why we haven’t yet won.
Amy Snover, Director of the UW Climate Impacts Group, speaks on the dramatically changing PNW landscape and what it means for our beloved outdoor recreation.
Dr. Umair Shah, Secretary of the Washington State Department of Health, speaks on the decision by Governor Inslee to reopen the state on June 30 and answers audience questions surrounding this declaration.
Eric Liu, co-founder and CEO of Citizen University & the director of the Aspen Institute’s Citizenship & American Identity Program, speaks on civic engagement as a way to find common cause and shares his perspective on how Americans can find unity.
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington, Dr. Ben Danielson, speaks on his decision to step down from leading the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, and shared his perspective on the fight against systemic racism.
Outgoing Seattle Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau speaks on the phased return to the classroom for students and the transition of leadership to a new Superintendent in June.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, the newly elected leader of the New Democrat Coalition, speaks on the priorities of the new congress, working with the Biden administration and the impeachment proceedings.
Physician and health policy expert Dr. Vin Gupta joins Crosscut’s Northwest Newsmakers host, Monica Guzman, to discuss both political and medical issues surrounding the current public health crisis, from public trust of the emerging vaccine to the question of spreading the virus after vaccination.
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaks on timely issues, from Washington State’s litigation against the Trump administration to his office’s top priorities of opioid litigation and reviewing the Governor’s COVID policies and proclamations.