At the beginning of the pandemic, San Francisco rented over 2,000 hotel rooms to move unhoused people off the street. Today, we hear how they plan to move people into more permanent housing. Then, we learn the meaning behind singer Valerie Troutt’s new album, "The Oakland Girl." And, in a story from Uncuffed, an incarcerated musician changes his tune after a visit from his sister.
- Critics Warn People Could End Up Back On Street, As Shelter-In-Place Hotels Close
- Singer Valerie Troutt Opens Her Musical Diary In Her New Album 'The Oakland Girl'
- Uncuffed Episode 1: Sky Boii
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