Santa Clara County passed a resolution declaring that racism is a public health crisis. What does that mean for the county? Then, book shop supporters around the Bay Area rally to save their beloved independents. And, a reading from a local author’s new novel.
- Santa Clara County Declares Racism A Public Health Crisis
- As Bookstores Fight For Survival, The Community Gives Them Hope
- Sacramento Farm Girl Becomes San Francisco Copy Boy In New Novel Set In 1930s
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