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Seattle poet and law student Troy Osaki (Photo Credit: Quincy Surasmith)


We bring you three stories by me (Quincy Surasmith), Diana Nguyen, and Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong from Next Generation Radio's week at KUOW in Seattle. We talk law and poetry, development in Seattle's Little Saigon, and smoked herring.

Read the full stories on Next Generation Radio:


(Photo Credit: Quincy Surasmith/NextGenRadio)


“I will not ask the system politely to dismantle itself.” by Quincy Surasmith


(Photo Credit: Diana Nguyen/NextGenRadio)


A restaurant owner braces himself to keep Seattle’s Little Saigon Vietnamese by Diana Nguyen


(Photo Credit: Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong/NextGenRadio)


Herring gets no respect. Warner Lew wants to change that. by Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong

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