Seattle’s growth is bringing a physical and cultural transformation. Buildings are changing, businesses are changing, and people are changing at a rapid pace. This episode of Seattle Growth Podcast features three expert opinions on how policies from Seattle’s past are shaping the migration patterns of today that will influence Seattle’s future.
Political Science professor Carl Livingston remarks on the renewed vibrancy of downtown Seattle and what he sees Seattle losing during its growth.
University of Washington researcher Tim Thomas shares findings from his dissertation research on migration patterns dating back to the early 20th century.
Mount Zion Baptist Church Historian Rev. Dr. Phyllis Beaumonte describes how the policies affected her family and shares a message of what she hopes people will do to build a strong future for Seattle.