Life On The Margins
Life On The Margins
Jini Palmer, South Seattle Emerald, Marcus Harrison Green, Town Hall, Enrique Cerna
Defund the Police Pt. III
29 minutes Posted Aug 14, 2020 at 3:36 pm.
Episode Introduction1:45 - Interview with Lorena Gonzalez29:00 - Series Credits____________________________________________________________Lorena Gonzalez   Born and raised in Washington's lower Yakima Valley to a Spanish-speaking migrant farmworker family, Councilmember González earned her first paycheck at the age of 8, alongside her parents and five siblings. She relied on scholarships and worked three jobs to attend community college and later Washington State University.She moved to Seattle in 2002 to attend Seattle University Law School, where she graduated with honors in 2005. Since moving to Seattle, Councilmember González has lived in Capitol Hill, First Hill, Ballard, South Park and White Center.   As one of two at-large (citywide) representatives and the first Latinx elected to serve the Seattle City Council, Councilmember currently lives in the West Seattle Junction neighborhood (District 1) with her husband and their dog, Hugo.  ____________________________________________________________Produced In Partnership With :Town Hall Seattle  (https://townhallseattle.org/)The South Seattle Emerald  (https://southseattleemerald.com/)_____________________________________________________________Executive Producer + Host  // Marcus Harrison GreenExecutive Producer + Host // Enrique CernaAdditional Production Support Provided By // Hans Anderson & JEFFSCOTTSHAWMusic Provided By // Draze "The Hood Ain't The Same" // http://www.thedrazeexperience.com/about-draze/
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Listen to Ijeoma Oluo talk about the need to Defund the Seattle Police Department : HERE0:58 - Episode Introduction1:45 - Interview with Lorena Gonzalez29:00 - Series Credits____________________________________________________________Lorena Gonzalez   Born and raised in Washington's lower Yakima Valley to a Spanish-speaking migrant farmworker family, Councilmember González earned her first paycheck at the age of 8, alongside her parents and five siblings. She relied on scholarships and worked three jobs to attend community college and later Washington State University.She moved to Seattle in 2002 to attend Seattle University Law School, where she graduated with honors in 2005. Since moving to Seattle, Councilmember González has lived in Capitol Hill, First Hill, Ballard, South Park and White Center.   As one of two at-large (citywide) representatives and the first Latinx elected to serve the Seattle City Council, Councilmember currently lives in the West Seattle Junction neighborhood (District 1) with her husband and their dog, Hugo.  ____________________________________________________________Produced In Partnership With :Town Hall Seattle  (https://townhallseattle.org/)The South Seattle Emerald  (https://southseattleemerald.com/)_____________________________________________________________Executive Producer + Host  // Marcus Harrison GreenExecutive Producer + Host // Enrique CernaAdditional Production Support Provided By // Hans Anderson & JEFFSCOTTSHAWMusic Provided By // Draze "The Hood Ain't The Same" // http://www.thedrazeexperience.com/about-draze/