Missing but not forgottenListen now (47 min) | Jenny Slagle on giving voice and seeking justice for missing and murdered indigenous people
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The verdict should not have been in doubt, but it was.
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Higher Dread Listen now (57 min) | Emma Pettit on a power struggle at North Idaho College that may prove to be a bellwether in the national war over higher education
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When Pullman fumbled an “End Racism Now” mural project, activists and artists ran with it.
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Healthcare and stadiumsListen now (67 min) | Marcus Riccelli on the legislature's work this session and his controversial take on a certain stadium location.
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The Fruits of their LaborListen now (53 min) | Daisy Zavala on farmwork and journalism for and by people of color.
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The Internet is a necessity of life for everyone. This state bill would make it easier to create publicly owned broadband
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Let's Set Some BoundariesListen now (65 min) | Kitty Klitzke on the vital importance of closing loopholes and curbing sprawl.
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Film Fest Funbag feat. Neal SchindlerListen now (39 min) | Hey y’all, it’s been a few weeks of pretty relentlessly depressing topics here at RANGE HQ so we thought we’d do something a litt…
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Cuando un trabajador de campo casi muere de COVID-19, La comunidad Latina de Spokane le ayudó donde el sistema le falló.
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And Justice for Some feat. Cam Zorrozua & Virla SpencerListen now (84 min) | This week on the pod we talk to Virla Spencer and Camerina Zorrozua of The Way to Justice, a newish non-profit that helps people …
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When a farmworker nearly died from COVID-19, Spokane’s Latinx community stepped in where the system failed.
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