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The Deep End Friends Podcast

Sep 29, 2019

Kwame Morrow is a husband, father of three, son, and brother. He is an active member of his community, and an urn in which his ancestors reside. He describes himself primarily as a soul having a human experience. Kwame earned his BA in Business Administration Finance from The Evergreen State College with a focus on...


Aug 4, 2019

This Episode was recorded live at Langston Hughes from We Out Here, a festival of black excellence curated by Michael B. Maine. 

Nyema Clark is farm boss at Nurturing Roots on Beacon Ave & S Graham St. in Beacon Hill. A native to south Seattle, Nyema’s entrepreneurial chops shine in her efforts as a beginning urban...


Jul 28, 2019

Live from We Out Here Part 1, a festival of black excellence curated by Michael B. Maine. The Deep End interviewed Inye Wokoma.

Inye Wokoma’s family has lived in the Central District since the 1940s. As a journalist, filmmaker and visual artist, he explores themes of identity, community, history, land, politics and...


Jul 21, 2019

Esmy Jimenez. Born in Mexico but raised in rural Washington, Esmy Jimenez is a multimedia journalist and writer. After attending USC in Los Angeles, she moved to Seattle where she was a 2016 apprentice for The Seattle Globalist. Esmy’s work has appeared in High Country News, the Washington Post’s The Lily, National...


Jun 16, 2019

Join us for a conversation about motherhood with two amazing black doulas and activists literally bringing us life!

Rokea Jones is a Seattle Native and a mother to her brilliant two year old daughter. Rokea is currently a Community Based Outreach Doula serving the African-American community at Open Arms Perinatal...