Racism As A Public Health Crisis; Restaurant Server Shares COVID-19 Fears

Racism As A Public Health Crisis; Restaurant Server Shares COVID-19 Fears

Under the shadow of the coronavirus and amid protests over police brutality, the notion that racism is a public health crisis has taken hold in communities across the country. But what kind of action will follow? WCPN ideastream’s Nick Castele reports. Also, service workers on the front lines of COVID-19 are more vulnerable to contracting the virus. Host Tonya Mosley speaks to Brian Ramian, a restaurant server who recently wrote about his fears at work in an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times.