The Washington State Indivisible Podcast
About This Show
A podcast for and about the Indivisible movement in Washington State, the show features interviews and discussions with leaders, political figures, activist, journalists, and thinkers, all aimed at informing, inspiring, and fostering unity in the progressive community across the state.
Hosted by Stephan Cox, a public radio and broadcasting veteran who has helmed shows for PRI, and KUSF, and has reported for NPR.
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Most Recent Episode
#69: The Continuing Fight for Immigrant Children; The State Democratic Convention Postgame
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A big show this week: First, we talk with Seattle immigration lawyer Minda Thorward about Trump's just-signed executive order, what it does and doesn't do for immigrant families. Then, the Stranger's Rich Smith on the many stories and lies the Trump administration has told about its policy of separating asylum-seekers from their children. Also, we check in with the leader of Indivisible Washington’s 8th District’s research team, Stephen Wilhelm, to learn about what we can be doing in response to all of this.
In the second half of the show, we discuss last weekend’s state Democratic convention in Wenatchee, first with 5th LD Democratic state committee member Josh Trupin, who gives a great rundown both on what happens at a state convention generally, and specifically about what happened at this year’s convention. And finally, we talk with Jen Carter, an Indivisible member who attended this year for the first time as a delegate from the 5th legislative district.Read more »
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