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.
Alecto Healthcare Services is planning to close Olympia Medical Center in LA at a time when the area is at “Extreme Risk for Covid.”
People who know DC best call for preparing for armed insurrectionists.
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 …
Rights and welfare of people experiencing housing instability, especially amid worsening weather and pandemic conditions.
DC Auditor Kathy Patterson gave generously of her time to discuss two new Covid-19 reports, just issued by her office, on We Act Radio’s “Community thru Covid.” She reviews specifics of the reports, methods used, what we still don’t know, and what the District can do better in terms of gathering and sharing data and …
Drastic changes faced by the arts community in the wake of Covid-19 and DC’s upcoming Day of Reflection.
We Act Radio and new challenges in pandemic, new possibilities for Mutual Aid, and what’s next in year 10?