Hacking Gentrification – K Wyking Garrett

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Published on Feb 19, 2015

What are the forces that define neighborhoods? What is the legacy of Quincy Jones, Jimi Hendrix and other African American innovators from Seattle? Garrett asks bold questions about Seattle’s history and present, and offers an innovative plan for its future, all in 5 minutes. Filmed live at Ignite Seattle 26.

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I have been banned from posting COMMENTS on the CAPITOL HILL NEWS SITE?

I have been banned from posting COMMENTS on the CAPITOL HILL NEWS SITE? This was my last attempted posting responding to comments that my comments postings were “RACIST”??? My comments were/are historically accurate and informative but “VERY POLITICALLY INCORRECT”??? Omari

PLEASE, COULD YOU INCLUDE SOME FACTS, HISTORICAL TRUTH OR PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE IN YOUR COMMENTS SO THERE IS SOME EDUCATIONAL CONTENT??? AS FOR EMOTIONS AND OPINIONS, WE ALL HAVE THEM LIKE FINGER PRINTS???

Omari Tahir-Garrett, VIETNAM VETERAN (1967), WORLD TRAVELER (NORTH AMERICA, ASIA, AFRICA AND WESTERN EUROPE), HISTORY / ANTI-APARTEID / ANTI COLONIAL SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER AND CANDIDATE FOR SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL (2015 AND AGAIN 2018)

WEBSITE: OmariForCityCouncil
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WEBSITE: prison2president???

This was my last attempted posting after comments my postings were “RACIST”

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One person reported shot in foot after Harvard gunfire — Also, overnight shots in the Central District

One person reported shot in foot after Harvard gunfire — Also, overnight shots in the Central District
Posted on Sunday, October 4, 2015 – 7:39 am by jseattle

A Seattle Police officer heard multiple, rapid fire gunshots ring out across Pike/Pine early Sunday morning and Seattle Fire treated a victim reported to have been shot in the foot in a second night of gunfire in the area. Meanwhile, police found shell casings and a large crowd following a second reported “assault with weapons” incident in the Central District — but, fortunately, no victim.

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Seattle Police Community Survey Findings

76487 A counter-protester is arrested by the Seattle Police Department after "March for America" downtown on Saturday with the Minutemen and the John Birch Society participating, Aug. 18, 2007. Protests were planned to coincide with the third SPP summit in Quebec, Canada where President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Harper and Mexican President Calderon will be meeting to further their open borders and "North American" integration agendas. During the protest, some counter-protesters threw water balloons at the "March for America" demonstration and attempted to cross the street to their side. The police through force and pepper spray repelled the counter-protesters. When the counter-protesters who threw water balloons finally left the demonstration, they were followed by police around the corner were at least one was arrested. 081807
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A counter-protester is arrested by the Seattle Police Department after “March for America” downtown on Saturday with the Minutemen and the John Birch Society participating, Aug. 18, 2007. Protests were planned to coincide with the third SPP summit in Quebec, Canada where President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Harper and Mexican President Calderon will be meeting to further their open borders and “North American” integration agendas. During the protest, some counter-protesters threw water balloons at the “March for America” demonstration and attempted to cross the street to their side. The police through force and pepper spray repelled the counter-protesters. When the counter-protesters who threw water balloons finally left the demonstration, they were followed by police around the corner were at least one was arrested.
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This research was commissioned by the federal monitoring team to assess community
perceptions of the Seattle police, gauge the prevalence of community interactions with the
police, and understand the nature of those interactions. This is the second survey of its kind
commissioned by the monitoring team, and it follows a similar survey conducted in August 2013
that asked many of the same questions to a similar audience.

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