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 …
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.
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.
Alecto Healthcare Services is planning to close Olympia Medical Center in LA at a time when the area is at “Extreme Risk for Covid.”
Conversation with AASL and WTU presidents and with DC Auditor regarding schools, libraries, and COVID.
This week’s broadcast is a special program prepared by Black Coalition Against Covid: “Making It Plain: Dr. Fauci talks directly with Black Americans about COVID and its impact on our community.” Dr. Anthony Fauci, who leads the national response to coronavirus, in conversation with Ambrose Lane, Jr., co-founder of BCAC and founder and chair of …
We Act Radio and new challenges in pandemic, new possibilities for Mutual Aid, and what’s next in year 10?
Portland protesters and journalists alike are facing violent arrest, with forceful removal of masks, mace, and other brutal handling adding Covid-19 specific threats to the ordeal.