Starting a conversation on race and equity
Alicia Crank's webinars drawing attention; Adam Cornell a guest Saturday
Last updated 8/19/2020 at 9:13pm
Alicia Crank never intended her "Black in Edmonds" webinar to go beyond a single airing. But she didn't anticipate this: People watched, they listened, they asked for more.
So Crank, a two-time City Council candidate, a member of the Edmonds Planning Board and Snohomish County Airport Commission, and a chief development officer at AtWork, got to work.
The result is a second installment: "A Discussion With Elected Leadership and Families," which will stream on Facebook Live 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22.
"I was floored how it was received," Crank said. "The biggest feedback was from people who s...