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The Morning Update Show — 10/7/20

The Morning Update Show — hosted by Trae Holiday and The Big O (Omari Salisbury) — is the only weekday news and information livestream that delivers culturally relevant content to the Pacific Northwest’s urban audience. Omari and Trae analyze the day’s local and national headlines as well as melanin magic in our community. Watch live every weekday at 11 a.m. on any of the following channels, hosted by Converge Media: YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Periscope, and whereweconverge.com.

We’ll also post the Morning Update Show here on the Emerald each day after it airs, so you can catch up any time of day while you peruse our latest posts.

Morning Update Show — Wednesday, October 7

Today on the Morning Update Show:

  • **Guest Host — Besa Gordon of KUBE93**
  • Dre Franklin – BUILD – LIVE!
  • Trump Halts Stimulus
  • Michelle Obama’s Closing Argument
  • Sawant Rallies Supporters for Budget Fight
  • Storm Win Another Championship!
  • Trader Joes and BLM
  • Willard Jimerson Jr.
  • Jake Gravbrot Latest Visual Perspectives

WNBA Players Have Led the Way in Athlete Protest for Racial Justice Since 2016

by Maggie Mertens

The world of sports came to a standstill this week when the Milwaukee Bucks announced they would not be playing their NBA playoff games on Wednesday or Thursday to protest the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin on August 23. Soon, all the NBA teams scheduled to play had joined the strike. Several Major League Baseball teams also opted not to play, including the Seattle Mariners, the team with the most Black players in the league. Five Major League Soccer matches and two National Hockey League games were also postponed after pressure from players.

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Photos: Storm Fans Celebrate Third WNBA Title

by Susan Fried

Thousands of people lined the streets around Seattle Center for a parade and filled Key Arena for a rally Sunday, September 16, for the WNBA Champion Seattle Storm. The team traveled a short distance around the Seattle Center in trolley cars to the Key Arena, where they were greeted by the adoring fans and a few dignitaries including Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best, and Washington Senator Maria Cantwell. Six-thousand people filled Key Arena and heard from the players and owners, watched highlights from the season, and cheered wildly when veteran Sue Bird said that she would be back next year for her 17th season.

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