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This week we ponder the power of protest

From left, Zaki Hamid, Eli Sanders, Ijeoma Oluo and Bill Radke.
KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery
From left, Zaki Hamid, Eli Sanders, Ijeoma Oluo and Bill Radke.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has announced that the plans for the new North Precinct building will be put on hold. He says the city needs to consider the cost of the building and impact it will have on communities of color. What should happen as the city re-draws the plan?                

Republican state Senator Mark Miloscia of Federal Way says Seattle needs some adult supervision. He said that after the Seattle City Council said it’s considering easing up on homeless people camping on public property. What is his plan and how would it work?

And what can we learn from a week of outrage, concern and conspiracy theories surrounding Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia?

Listen to the live discussion Friday at noon, join in by following @KUOW and using #KUOWwir. Audio from the show will be posted later in the afternoon.

Get caught up on the issues:

Seattle Times: Mayor does about-face, holds up North Precinct police-station plan

News Tribune: Federal Way lawmaker to seek state bill to crack down on homeless camps

KUOW: It goes beyond Hillary: The culture of workplace sick days

Here and NowMelting Ice Allows Northwest Passage Cruise -- But At What Cost?


Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host

Ijeoma Oluo @IjeomaOluo, is a local writer and the editor at large for The Establishment.

Eli Sanders @elijsanders, is the associate editor at The Stranger and author of "While the City Slept."

Zaki Hamid @ZakiSeapod, is a program director at Humanities Washington.

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