March 31, 2021 episode of “Community thru Covid” on We Act Radio: Updates on vaccination equity and disapproval motion threatening family shelter and halfway house for returning citizens — see below;8:25 — Pandemics and Economics in History: Episode #7: Infection’s Legacies Remain (full text and citations);14:00 — Covid and Play with Demetria Bright of Play …
Dr. Carlene Reid, from the State Board of Education, and Ronald Moten, from GoGo Museum and Cafe, on this week’s Community thru Covid.
An unusual way to connect with Black dance history and an interview with a public school alum, parent and advocate.
The new TV series, “If You Lived Here,” inadvertently offers case studies in residential displacement, offering density as a substitute for affordability.
Land use and housing affordability, historically and amid the pandemic, Douglas Development, and “The Secret Garden” property. Wed Feb 3 at 11 EASTERN
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.
DC locals urge “all possible steps to prevent another invasion of armed insurrectionists and protect DC residents…”
People who know DC best call for preparing for armed insurrectionists.
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 …