As traumatic as the pandemic has been, imagine if you were locked up, where you cannot properly socially distance, or always get access to hand sanitizer. Imagine watching your cellmate slowly getting sicker and sicker. On this edition of the Access Hour, host Ramiah Whiteside, a coordinator with Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing (EXPO) gives us a […]
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Google receives 1 billion searches for health information a day. People are searching online for their health information but where do they go from their searches? What websites are reliable? Once you get the information, how do you check for credibility? Everyone can experience low health literacy – the ability to understand information about […]
We can’t escape Covid-19 no matter how hard we try. It has affected all of us in many ways. Since the pandemic began, more people have said they’re talking about their mental health more with others, citing the fact that knowing “other people are also struggling” is the top reason why. On February 15th on […]
Naddy Red and Just Another Dude work with Engineer Fueltron to bring us the annual Savage Class War Radio installment, updating us on the several fronts in the struggles for labor, race, and social justice, including news about ways to deal with coronavirus lockdowns and front line work. (Photo c/o Bain News Service)
Elizabeth Crawford thinks the subject of food is relevant as it relates to the virus, health, cooking…..our future. She has a very large body of experience, knowledge, wisdom in this subject as a professional cook for 35 years, cookbook author, teacher, crepe maker, etc. etc. Her friend, Esty Dinur of WORT’s “A Public Affair” joins […]
June Dalton, of Ladies Must Swing and also H&R Block, brings to the airwaves annual tax code updates she believes are relevant to WORT listeners. She also takes questions.