CarlsonCast Nov20--7am hour

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Two protesters, um, protest the Kirkland WA yogurt shop where a store owner asked police to contact a black man inside the shop who wasn't ordering anything. KVI's John Carlson explores why the black man was legitimately inside the store and the simple decision that could have avoided this racial controversy. (photo: KOMO News).{ }

7am hour -- GUEST: co-author of "Seattleness: a Cultural Atlas", Natalie Ross (In-studio), how Seattle grew out of the working class "steel factory" age from the 60s and 70s to the wealthier/crowded Seattle we know today, the "Seattle freeze", the man at the heart of the Kirkland yogurt shop racial controversy will speak publicly for the first time later today,

we listen to the 911 call that started the Kirkland yogurt shop controversy and note what the owner said about crime problems at his shop, the simple act that could have completely changed the outcome of the Kirkland yogurt store controversy,

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