S2 E20: Kim Powe: Driving Seattle's Policies for Climate, Economic and Racial Justice

In 2014, Seattle City Council voted to incrementally raise the minimum wage from $9.32 to $15 per hour. Puget Sound Sage, a community driven policy think and do tank, was the policy engine behind that decision. For eleven years their team has been on the forefront of some of Seattle's most controversial policy decisions. Join Phil and Tyler's discussion with PSS Deputy Director, Kim Powe on Seattle affordability, systematic racial inequality and strategic tips on how we as Seattleites can progress towards a more equitable city for all.