The pandemic continues to significantly impact small businesses and communities of color, including Sacramento’s Vietnamese American neighborhood known as Little Saigon; we check-in on how the area and others are grappling with new challenges amid COVID-19. The vaccine rollout across California has also highlighted racial inequity during the pandemic and how unhoused residents are being prioritized after new data from the state revealed disparities; Insight takes a closer look today.
- CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan discusses her reporting on Little Saigon and how the neighborhood is grappling with new challenges during the pandemic
- Reinvent South Stockton Coalition Executive Director Darryl Rutherford on the region amid COVID-19, the work of the coalition, and how it’s been impacted by the pandemic
- UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare Assistant Professor Tina Sacks navigates racial inequity during the pandemic and in the subsequent vaccine rollout
- Sacramento Poor People's Campaign Organizer Faye Wilson Kennedy on how the city's unhoused population is managing amid COVID-19 and their vaccine priority