An unusual way to connect with Black dance history and an interview with a public school alum, parent and advocate.
Updated 1:00 p.m. 2/24 with new links This week, on the second half of Community thru Covid, we hear from Yolanda Corbett, a parent and education advocate who participated in the recent "DC 101" presentation, from Serve Your City DC, on the history and status of education in the District of Columbia. Among planned topics …
See also recordings and related links Blooming in Motion, from Amber Barbee Pickens, presents images in Black dance history, with associated biographies, for enjoyment, edification, and inspiration. The book is also meant for coloring, for those who choose this method of meditation and relaxation. Amber Barbee Pickens joins "Community thru Covid" this week to talk …
Welcome to "Expanding Horizons in the time of Covid," a new brief report -- sharing a resource for connecting with others and/or with culture, while we are limited in our movements and our gathering opportunities -- in conjunction with Community thru Covid. LibriVox Free Public Domain Audio Books at LibriVox.org LibriVox is a non-commercial, non-profit, …
The new TV series, "If You Lived Here," inadvertently offers case studies in residential displacement, offering density as a substitute for affordability.
Displacement from housing and community is a life-and-death issue, especially during our current health crisis. This week: Brookland Manor and other family-size residential project.
How does "caste" apply to the District and our intersecting Black, Jewish, and white identities? Dr. Natalie Hopkinson discusses caste, Covid, and politics.
Land use and housing affordability, historically and amid the pandemic, Douglas Development, and "The Secret Garden" property. Wed Feb 3 at 11 EASTERN
As nations scramble to slow the spread of Covid-19, this week's "Community thru Covid" explores the latest in the "Free the Vaccine" campaign.
DC's vaccine rollout, Covid trends, the affect of lockdown on Covid, and hopes for health care in the new administration with Ambrose Lane, Jr.