Community thru Covid’s presentation of political education from Serve Your City’s “DC 101” continues with straight forward discussion of the budget process.
Part 2 of DC 101’s political education on health, from Serve Your City DC/Ward 6 Mutual Aid.
Partial presentation of DC 101’s political education on health, from Serve Your City DC/Ward 6 Mutual Aid.
Updated 12:15 p.m. 5/26/21 with recording — In preparation for Gun Violence Awareness Month, this week’s Community thru Covid offers two conversations on the “double pandemic” or “dual health crisis” of gun violence and Coronavirus. The first, with Tia Bell of The TRIGGER Project and Rachel Usdan of Moms Demand Action-DC Chapter, is from March …
Gaza and India Updates As noted on the program May 19, Community thru Covid does not often cover international issues, but please see sources cited here for outlets with global reporting. See also World Health Organization’s Coronavirus Dashboard India: More than 25 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported, and over 283,000 lives have been …
To Be Rescheduled: On this week’s Community thru Covid: Reginald Black, Advocacy Director of People for Fairness Coalition (PFFC), Street Sense Media artist and contributor, active member of People Power Action (PPA), and a voting member of Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH). Topics will include attempts to end the Covid-19 moratorium on evictions and other …
Housing, organizing, mental health and planning before, during, and after Covid-19.
Alyson Bancroft, of Free the Vaccine campaign, joins us to discuss the TRIPS waiver and related news
Miranda Mlilo, Tutoring & Extracurricular Education Lead for SYC/W6 Mutual Aid, joins the next “Community thru Covid.”
symptoms of concern, risks to balance, community to consider — Dr. Dan discusses J&J vaccine