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Most Recent Episodes

What Does Colorism Look Like In Seattle?

"When you're born, they call you a lighty, and it's praised," said Ahlaam Ibraahim, one of the hosts on this month's RadioActive podcast. She along with...

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These Are My Mom's Beautiful, Painful Hands

I told my mom one day that I thought she was a very headstrong woman. "What do you mean 'strong?'" she asked me.

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For Black Boys: 'You Are Beautiful'

"Black boys bleed every month." Those words came to Leija Farr as she saw her dad, enraged, watching the news of another police shooting of a black man....

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Do You Get A Grade For It? Unusual Class Offerings In Seattle

RadioActive introduces two Seattle-area classes that offer new and unusual training to students. Ardo Hersi covers a hip hop residency program at the...

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Seattle Muslims Demand Answers In Somali-American Teen's Death

The sister of a Somali-American teen killed in a fall on Seattle's Capitol Hill is asking the city's Muslim community for patience as police investigate...

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How Do You Flirt? Seattleites Answer Way Too Personal Questions

In this month's podcast, RadioActive collects the voices of the people! Residents of the greater Seattle area talk love, death, and arch-nemeses....

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Welcome KUOW's Fall 2015 RadioActive Youth Producers

KUOW's RadioActive Youth Media is proud to offer our fall journalism workshop at the Columbia City Library, in partnership with the Seattle Public...

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When The Worlds Of The Living And Dead Overlap

Supernatural experiences may not seem common for today's youth, who often have a scientific mindset. But there's no denying that these experiences...

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Daniel's Suicide: How One Ellensburg Family Copes

In a park in Ellensburg, a tree grows beside a small stream. Daniel Curtis DeHollander’s ashes lie beneath the roots. DeHollander committed suicide here...

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Prison Debt Forces Ex-Inmate To Be ‘Content With Being Broke’

Karen Taylor is at a park near where she grew up in Renton. She comes here to pray and to walk. "My mother used to walk this trail," she said. "It's a...

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