As the latest wave of coronavirus cases has prompted increased restrictions, U.S. lawmakers are still trying to negotiate a relief package. Congresswoman Barbara Lee shares what she hopes to see from the Biden administration in 2021. Then, an Oakland artist with Southern roots pays homage to enslaved African Americans. And, in a story from Uncuffed, we hear about a musician who picked up the guitar while incarcerated. Plus: a two-minute mini-reading from our New Arrivals podcast.
- The First 100 Days Of Biden With Congresswoman Barbara Lee
- Bryan Keith Thomas's Art Honors Black Southern Culture And Spirituality
- Uncuffed Episode 4: Maserati-E
- Andrea Lo And Valerie Luu Book Celebrates Chinatown Street Style
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