This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition:
- On the eve of the World Athletics Championships, local activists are worried that security forces are committing human rights violations.
- Census bureau and housing implementation pipeline statistics paint a picture of local housing challenges.
- To reflect changes in focus, the City’s office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement is now called Equity and Community Engagement.
- Sarai Johnson edges out Julie Lambert in a Eugene City Council vote for a spot on the Human Rights Commission.
- School District 4J board members vote in favor of Dr. Andy Dey as superintendent.
- And more!
These episodes are also broadcast on KEPW 97.3 FM in Eugene, Oregon on Mondays at 6am and 1:30pm and repeating on Wednesdays and Sundays at the same times.