Reporter Roundup: Racism as a Public Health Issue | KCET
Reporter Roundup: Racism as a Public Health Issue
June 29, 2020
On the June 29 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters gather to discuss racism as a public health issue, L.A. County budget cuts and COVID-19 related illnesses.
Austin Cross reports on how racism can be perceived as a public health issue, affecting everything from education to employment.
The L.A. County Supervisors passed a revised budget with major cuts due to the pandemic. Libby Denkmann has the details.
Jackie Fortier has been looking at how L.A. County officials may handle the demands brought about by new COVID-19 related illnesses.
Jackie Fortiér @JackieFortier
Mike Roe @MikeRoe
Emily Guerin @guerinemily
Robert Garrova @robertgarrova
Mike Kessler @mikeskessler
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