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.”
Prevention study needs subjects from households where someone was diagnosed with Covid-19
Drastic changes faced by the arts community in the wake of Covid-19 and DC’s upcoming Day of Reflection.
DC arts community joins for Day of Reflection for loved ones lost to Covid.
Information and links related to Nov 11 show: Marc Lamont Hill’s new pandemic book; $43 million approved for MPD; and Covid Alert Notification
We Act Radio and new challenges in pandemic, new possibilities for Mutual Aid, and what’s next in year 10?
What happens to arts education in the virtual/distance learning environments many young people are experiencing, at least in part, this year? What about social-emotional learning and support? Is the current situation worsening learning and access gaps? Is Covid-19 loosening the hold of systems that were already not working for Black children? We Act Radio’s “Community …
Heat emergencies and other logistics are impacting the District’s response to Covid-19, while the pandemic continues to hit harder, and be more lethal, for Black people in the city. Dr. Reed Tuckson, of the Black Coalition Against Covid, joined “Community thru Covid” Wed, 7/29. Segment begins around 33:00 mark — Dr. Tuckson highlighted our responsibility …
Thanks to Josh Rovner, senior advocacy associate for The Sentencing Project, for sharing important background regarding Covid-19 in juvenile detention facilities and suggested actions for those concerned about health and developmental risks to incarcerated youth. Segment begins near the top of the hour here (video link below) — Nationally, facilities in DC and 37 states …