Many questions have been raised recently about Seattle's tech boom and the effect it will have on the city's character, and the limited supply of affordable housing. Over the last few weeks, a local non-profit news source called "Crosscut" held a public idea contest to create ways technology can bring our community together, rather than divide it.
Managing Editor for Crosscut News, Berit Anderson and winner of the Community Idea Lab, entrepreneur-in-residence at the Technology Access Foundation, David Harris joined host Margaret Larson on the show today with more.
To learn more about ways to help David Hack the Central District, visit the website: HackTheCD.org.
Click HERE to read the article about the backlash against tech in Seattle.
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