We speak with Pecolia Manigo and Kampala Taiz-Rancifer about the push to reopen in-person instruction. We also explore the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color. Guests: Pecolia Manigo with Bay Area PLAN Kampala Taiz-Rancifer with the Oakland Education Association photo: MChe Lee via Unsplash

In his acclaimed new book “When we Were Arabs,” Los-Angeles-born journalist and author Massoud Hayoun recounts one north African family’s epic journey, step by step, from Tunisia all the way to California after it was senselessly uprooted from its ancestral lands and catapulted into a cold new world by two successive waves of European colonialism.

Economic Update

Economic Update – March 12, 2021

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Economics Professor Richard D. Wolff and guests discuss the current state of the economy, locally and globally. The program explores alternative ways to organize, markets, and government policies. Click Here to listen to the current episode of Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff.

0:08 – A civil rights class action lawsuit has been filed against San Jose for police violence against protesters in demonstrations after the killing of George Floyd Tifanei Ressl-Moyer is Thurgood Marshall civil rights fellow for the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, and one of the attorneys representing plaintiffs … Continued

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