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PNWcur­rents is NPI’s pod­cast. Pre­sent­ed in a pan­el for­mat and host­ed by Caya Berndt, this show brings togeth­er thinkers, activists, elect­ed rep­re­sen­ta­tives, and top­i­cal experts from Wash­ing­ton, Ore­gon, and Ida­ho to have con­struc­tive con­ver­sa­tions about local and region­al pol­i­tics, pol­i­cy, major issues, and ideas that impact the Pacif­ic North­west.​ Announce­ments about the project, pri­mar­i­ly per­tain­ing to the avail­abil­i­ty of new episodes, are shown below.

Fol­low this link to vis­it the pro­jec­t’s home­page and access its episode archive.

PNWcurrents Episode III is live: This month, we discuss voter turnout and election fatigue

Excerpt: Read the release announcement for the third episode of PNWcurrents, NPI's uniquely regional podcast. This episode features State Representatives Mia Gregerson, Ilana Rubel, and Dan Rayfield, who who joined NPI's Caya Berndt to discuss boosting voter turnout and combating election fatigue.
Written by:Caya Berndt
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PNWcurrents Episode II is live: This month, we look at our region’s response to COVID-19

Excerpt: Read the release announcement for the second episode of PNWcurrents, NPI's uniquely regional podcast. This episode features Dr. Hilary Godwin, Dr. Chunhuei Chi, and Dr. David Pate, who joined NPI's Caya Berndt to discuss our region's response to COVID-19.
Written by:Caya Berndt
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NPI launches a new podcast examining issues through a regional lens: PNWcurrents

Excerpt: Presented in a panel format, it brings together thinkers, activists, elected representatives, and topical experts to have constructive conversations about local and regional politics, policy, major issues, and ideas that impact the Pacific Northwest.
Written by:Caya Berndt
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