In honor of International Women's Day, KEXP spotlights Rain City Rock Camp, a Seattle-based organization whose mission is to empower girls, women, and gender non-conforming individuals to engage their creative potential through music.
The exhibit Like a Hammer has just opened at the Seattle Art Museum. KEXP talks with the artist Jeffrey Gibson about his influences: music, queer identity, and his worldly travels.
KEXP talks to Wayne Kramer of the MC5 about Jail Guitar Doors, an organization that finds people who work in prisons who are willing to use music as rehabilitation and provide them with musical instruments, mainly guitars.
KEXP talks to Felisa Bryant, Career Bridge Program Manager, and Orlando Ames, Program Manager of Education for their program Level Up, from Urban League Of Metropolitan Seattle.
KEXP speaks with Derek Dizon, Program Manager at API Chaya, an organization whose mission is to empower survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking to gain safety, connection, and wellness.
KEXP talks to Zoe Brown, Academic Program Manager, and Paris Coulter, alumni, from The Freedom Education Project Puget Sound.
Find out how you can support migrant communities in need.
Hear local politicians, activists, and artists discuss how an open internet allows free expression, creativity, innovation, and collaboration to flourish online.
On Wednesday, November 14th, local restaurants participating in chefs+togetherSEATTLE will donate 10% of proceeds to the NW Immigrant Rights Project.
KEXP chats with Matt Remle of Native American News site Last Real Indians to discuss the roots of Indigenous People's Day and what it means to celebrate on this day.