COVID-19 rates are skyrocketing in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood, as low-income immigrants risk infection to go to work. We look at Fruitvale’s infection rate and the community organizations trying to help. Then, Oakland artist Paul Lewin talks about Afrofuturistic art and what it means to him. And, we hear a local poet reading from her new collection, "Rift Zone."
- As COVID-19 Rates Skyrocket, Fruitvale Residents Can't Afford To Stay At Home
- For Artist Paul Lewin, The Past And The Future Meet In His Afrofuturistic Work
- New Poetry Evokes A Fractured Landscape
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