0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: police killing of Steven Demarco Taylor yesterday at a Walmart in San Leandro yesterday, plus the latest on the coronavirus relief funds, why some people have not received checks yet, and more on Congress struggling to continue operations. 0:34 – Transportation in the time of COVID-19 Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez (@FitzTheReporter) … Continued


0:08 – Snapshot from the epicenter of the pandemic: New York City Kevin Powell (@kevin_powell) is a writer, public speaker, and civil and human rights activist, is the author of 14 books, including the memoir, The Education of Kevin Powell: A Boy’s Journey into Manhood. He lives in New York City, and recently visited all … Continued


0:08 – Trump cuts WHO funding, and G20 announces debt suspension for 76 developing nations Nadia Daar (@nadiadaar) is the head of the Washington DC office of Oxfam International. 0:34 – Q&A: Healthcare and insurance available in California Peter Lee is the Executive Director of California’s health benefit exchange, “Covered California” (@CoveredCAnews) Anthony Wright (@aewright) … Continued


0:08 – The Trump administration’s management of medical supplies Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) reporter in the tech investigative unit at NBC, co-authored a massive investigation into how the Trump administration is steering emergency medical supply contracts at nbcnews.com 0:34 – Why are hospitals cutting healthcare workers during a crisis? Michael Sainato (@msainat1) is a labor reporter … Continued


0:08 – How COVID-19 has broken out in Bay Area nursing homes Annie Sciacca (@AnnieSciacca) is a reporter with the Bay Area News Group. 0:21 – Adante Pointer is an attorney with John Burris Law, preparing a lawsuit over the death of an 87-year-old man at Gateway Care and Rehabilitation Center in Hayward.  0:34 – Q&A: … Continued


0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: what’s happening with the coronavirus relief bill, the ongoing tug-of-war between Congress and the Department of the Treasury – Congressional Republicans obstructing relief efforts – and when the next COVID-19 bill is coming. 0:34 – Q&A: Ask a public health expert Jay Levy, MD is a professor of medicine and … Continued


0:08 – Unprecedented unemployment: 6.6 million people filed for unemployment in the US in the week ending April 4th Steven Pitts (@steven72853) is Associate Chair at the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education. 0:15 – COVID-19 is taking its toll among First Nations people across the US – exposing prior health, infrastructure and … Continued


0:08 – The next coronavirus relief bill Congressmember Karen Bass (@RepKarenBass) represents California’s 37th congressional district, which includes parts of Los Angeles. She is the Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and sits on the House Judiciary Committee and Foreign Affairs Committee. 0:22 – The CA Judicial Council temporarily eliminates bail for low-level crimes Brendon … Continued


0:08 – Wisconsin held a primary vote yesterday, despite the pandemic John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation, and joins us from his home state of Wisconsin.  0:34 – What you need to know about taxes Susan Lee is a Tax Preparer, Certified Financial Planner, (former) host of “You and Your Money” on WBAI in … Continued


0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: the latest on the federal relief funding, how it will be distributed, and more. 0:34 – Q&A: We take her calls on unemployment benefits and other relief available Katie Wutchiett is a staff attorney with Legal Aid at Work (@LegalAidAtWork).  1:08 – Federal judge Dolly Gee poised to order ICE … Continued