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Thursday, February 4 2021

Food for Thought: A Conversation with Christopher Kimball

KCTS 9 / Community event

Join KCTS 9 on February 4th for a tasty talk with Christopher Kimball, James Beard Award-winning host of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street. We will discuss how food can help bridge cultural divides, comfort foods and their role in the COVID 19 pandemic and, of course, our favorite recipes and what they mean to us. Hosted by Rachel Belle. Tickets are free but an RSVP is required.

Tuesday, February 9 2021

What's Next for Seattle Schools with Superintendent Denise Juneau

Crosscut / Community event

As Seattle public schools prepare to reopen classrooms to younger and special education students in March, Crosscut sits down with outgoing Superintendent Denise Juneau to catch up on an unprecedented year in public education, and to hear what she expects the future of learning will look like in the near and long term for Seattle students, families and educators.

Tuesday, February 16 2021

Insurrection, Domestic Terror and White Supremacy

Crosscut / Community event

The Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is one of the most shocking events in American history, and the gravity of the moment has only grown. What appeared at first to be a chaotic breaching of the building has proved rather to be an organized effort to prevent the certification of the electoral vote and perhaps do harm to elected officials. It was also an event years in the making, an uprising by groups motivated by a white, nationalist agenda. This month’s guest journalists, Leah Sotille and Bill Morlin, have been reporting on these groups and will speak about this long-standing threat and the reckoning at hand.

Friday, February 19 2021

CPM Community Listening Session: Central & Western WA

KCTS 9 / Community event

What are the most pressing issues facing your community, neighborhood or neighbors? Cascade Public Media, home of KCTS 9 and Crosscut wants to hear from you during a virtual listening session. Grab your lunch and share your thoughts about News & Politics, Science & the Environment or Arts & Culture during virtual breakout sessions with our editors. These important discussions help to shape our regional coverage and reporting.

This discussion will be focused on Central & Western Washington however attendees from all regions are welcome to attend.

Thursday, February 25 2021

Well Beings: Centering the Mental Health of Black Youth

KCTS 9 / Community event

As a part of the national Well Beings initiative, KCTS 9 is working with programming partners WA Therapy Fund Foundation and The Root of Our Youth for a virtual event to address youth mental health and well-being.