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10 ways Seattle leaders, musicians, artists & politicians are showing up

Seattle area community leaders, musicians, artists, politicians and influencers provide tangible steps and perspectives on taking a stand against racial injustice.

#1. Musician Parisalexa streams a live performance.

#2. Author Ijeoma Oluo urges allies to offer tangible support.

#3. Activist Nikkita Oliver calls for community members to mobilize.

#4. Future for Us offers a healing night of music and poetry.

#5. Kirsten Harris-Talley shares her experiences.

#6. Bok a Bok Fried Chicken hands out free food to peaceful protesters.

#7. Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant announces legislation.

#8. Mari Shibuya invites Seattle’s artist community to speak up through art.

#9. Seattle City Council President M. Lorena González echoes support.

#10. Sol sends a message to his fans.

*Note: There is one explicit word used in this video