This week we ask, 'Are we making progress?'
Seattle City Council passed a law that would prevent landlords from discriminating against potential tenants. It is another step towards preventing inequity. But can the city fix the larger issue of affordability?
From gymnastics to swimming, the women of the United States have been dominating on the world stage. What are we learning about gender and athleticism from the 2016 Olympics?
And what would it take for you to leave Seattle? What makes this place so livable, or so repulsive?
We'll tackle these subjects and more on Week in Review.
Listen to the live discussion Friday at noon. Join in by following @KUOW, using #KUOWwir or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Audio of today's show will be available here by 3 p.m.
Get caught up on stories from this week:
- New Seattle law seeks to reduce housing discrimination
- Seattle landlord: New housing law reduces 'human element' of his job
- I can haz plane ticket out of Seattle?
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Sydney Brownstone @sydbrownstone, writer for The Stranger
Jonathan Martin @jmartin206, editorial writer and columnist for the Seattle Times
Ijeoma Oluo @IjeomaOluo, editor at large for the Establishment