Are you concerned your children are falling behind in school? CapRadio’s Pauline Bartolone speaks with parents and educators as part of the latest COVID-19 Resilience Poll with Valley Vision. We also learn more about a San Joaquin County campaign addressing the alarming rate Black mothers, and their babies are dying due to insensitive or inadequate care. Plus, a preview of a powerful art exhibition premiering at SacState covering ‘unequal freedoms.’
- CapRadio News and Features Editor Pauline Bartolone explains why Sacramento area parents are concerned about their children falling behind in school because of the pandemic
- Perinatal Equity Initiative Coordinator, Reanna Wyatt, SistaCoach at the Amelia Ann Adams Whole Life Center, Coleen Sykes-Ray, and Lactation Consultant and Program Manager for Delta Health Care's SistaCoach Program, Tamesha Valverde, discuss San Joaquin County’s new campaign Rally Around our Sisters, which addresses the disproportionate death rate Black American mothers and their babies face when compared to other ethnic groups.
- SacState’s Center on Race, Immigration and Social Justice is hosting a virtual art exhibition ‘Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice ‘ with artist and educator Christie Frields, ethnomusicologist Dr. Luis Chavez, Assistant Professor of Dance Bernard Brown, Julius Austin with the Sacramento Promise Zone, and Abraham Perez with Instituto Mazatlan Bellas Artes de Sacramento (IMBASAC).