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"Ignore No More Forum" - Trafficking of Women

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KSER_Zonta_Ignore_No_More_Forum_broadcast_20090514.mp3
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Date Aired
2009-05-14
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In early March, the Zonta Club of Everett presented their second annual "Ignore No More" Forum at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Each year the forum explores women's rights and other issues of importance with the goal of inspiring action to the improve the status of women world wide.

The 2009 Forum focused on human trafficking and featured two guests: Dr. Sutapa Basu and Emma Catague. Dr. Basu is the Executive Director of the University of Washington Women's Center and is internationally recognized as an advocated for young immigrant women, particularly victims of human trafficking. Emma Catague is a founder of the Asian Pacifica Islander Safety Center and a well known community organizer against human trafficking amongst the Asian and Pacifica Island populations. 

Emma Catague is heard first. You will also hear excerpts from the Documentary "I Just Keep Quiet: Voices of Human Trafficking", produced for the Refugee Women's Alliance and the Seattle Police Department.

Sound Living - Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson

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KSER_Sound_Living_20090605_Mayor_Stephanson.mp3
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Date Aired
2009-06-05
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Mayor StephesonEverett Mayor, Ray Stephanson talks with host Ed Bremer about downtown parking, waterfront re-development, the City of Everett and Port of Everett relationship, sustainable living, and other topics. 

Listener questions about Art in Everett, bicycle lanes, environmental issues, and other concerns.

Sound Living - Snohomish Co. Exec., Aaron Reardon

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KSER_Sound_Living_20090703_Exec_Reardon.mp3
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Date Aired
2009-07-03
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Snohomish County Executive Aaron ReardonNow is his 2nd term as County Executive, Aaron Reardon was a State Senator and Representative before becoming Snohomish County’s youngest Executive.

A life-long Snohomish County resident, Aaron Reardon grew up in a trailer park and got involved in politics when, at age 10, he took exception to the efforts of President Reagan to declare ketchup a vegetable in school lunches and took his concerns to Representative Al Swift.

He’s been called “young and bright” by supporters and “cocky” by detractors.
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SOUND LIVING is a locally-focused, live, call-in program featuring some of the interesting people, provocative ideas and important concepts that make living in the North Puget Sound unique.