0:08 – We’re going remote, as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus. Today, Cat hosts from her kitchen and tomorrow, both Cat and Brian will be hosting from home. 0:11 – The US Census Count has started, how are organizers planning to continue the count through the coronavirus and shelter-in-place orders. The answer: register … Continued

0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: Sanders vs. Biden debate, and COVID-19 bill passed in the House, will the Senate pass it? 0:34 – COVID-19 has now closed 85 percent of California schools. Jeff Freitas is the president of the California Federation of Teachers Brent Stephens is the Superintendent of the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD), and … Continued

0:08 – Coronavirus outbreak shuts down large events, how will it impact workers? Joelle Gamble (@joelle_gamble) is an economist and organizer. She is a principal at the Reimagining Capitalism initiative at Omidyar Network and is on the Board of Directors of the Roosevelt Institute. Her latest piece in the Nation Magazine is “A Survival Guide … Continued

0:08 – Italy under lock down, while coronavirus infections jump 30 percent today Silvia Sciorilli Borelli (@silvia_sb_) is an Italy correspondent for POLITICO Europe, and currently living under coronavirus lockdown. Her latest piece is My Life in Italian isolation.  0:34 – Author Interview: David K Randall is a senior reporter at Reuters. His latest book is … Continued

0:08 – Democratic primary results, Bernie falling behind, Biden sweeping Michigan and more. John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation, and covering the 2020 Democratic presidential race. 0:34 – The needs of unsheltered people during coronavirus Jennifer Friedenbach is the Executive Director of the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness (@TheCoalitionSF). Candice Elder is the … Continued

0:08 – Oil price war sparks financial panic Antonia Juhasz (@AntoniaJuhasz) investigative journalist specializing in oil, currently a Scripps Journalism fellow at the University of Colorado – Boulder. Her most recent book is Black Tide.  0:16 – What to do about a coronavirus recession Josh Bivens is the Director of Research at the Economic Policy … Continued

0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: Elizabeth Warren drops out of the Presidential race, tomorrow’s Super Tuesday, Biden leading in the race and delegate count, and more. 0:34 – Recently fired Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick has threatened to bring legal action and publicly criticized the Police Commission and federal oversight, targeting the court-appointed monitor, Robert … Continued

0:08 – Femicide in Mexico is pervasive, and reaching a tipping point. On Monday, March 9 women are planning a national strike to protest rising gender-based violence. Shannon Young is a former editor of Free Speech Radio News and Journalist currently residing in Mexico. 0:34 – Women’s History Month Profile: Ida B Wells. Ida B. Wells … Continued

0:08 – Why were 2 big Bay Area transportation funding measures defeated? Hayley Currier is Policy Advocacy Manager with Transform (@TransForm_Alert), a green transportation and climate nonprofit, and joins us to discuss why voters turned down: Contra Costa County Measure J, a sales tax to raise $103 million for road and transportation projects Sonoma and … Continued

0:08 – Super Tuesday election results highlights John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation.  Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets) is the host of “Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips,” a color-conscious podcast on politics. He is also the founder of Democracy in Color. He is a regular opinion contributor to The New York Times and … Continued