Noor Bouzidi | KALW

Noor Bouzidi

Reporter

Noor Bouzidi is an intern with KALW. Her reporting interests are housing insecurity, immigration, economy,  and all issues around systemic poverty in California.

In the past, Noor interned with KCRW, writing and producing for their morning and evening news shows. Her work has been featured in FEM Newsmagazine, where she wrote profiles on Middle Eastern/North African artists. She has a degree from UCLA in Linguistics & Anthropology.

 

Jimmy is the owner of So Fresh So Clean Laundry in San Francisco. He’s been operating businesses in the Bay Area since the early 2000s.

Creative Commons via flickr user Charleston's TheDigitel / Resized

The California legislature has proposed a repayment plan for unpaid rent due to COVID-19.

photo by flickr user Eric Richardson / Resized

 

San Francisco landlords are suing the city over the COVID-era eviction moratorium. 

"San Quentin State Prison" by Zboralski. Used under CC BY-SA 3.0. http://bit.ly/2fxIh2g

 

Last month, over a hundred people were transferred from a San Bernardino County prison — a known COVID-19 hotspot — to San Quentin State Prison. Now, over two weeks later, there’s at least 30 confirmed cases of the virus at San Quentin, only about half of which were transfers.