The capitol riot committee held its first hearing in Washington D.C., but there will be more to come, all as the U.S. political world continues to turn under the guise of the pandemic; we’ll make sense of it all with the Political Junkie, Ken Rudin. CapRadio reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan also joins the show with a closer look at racial disparities in PPP lending with Sacramento-area churches, and we learn more about how a volunteer-led group is cleaning up Sacramento.
- Longtime political journalist and host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast Ken Rudin navigates the latest in the U.S. political landscape
- CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan with her reporting on how the federal government’s financial support of Sacramento-area churches during the pandemic depended a lot on race
- Founder of Sacramento Picks It Up!, Allyson Seconds, on her volunteer-led group and how they’re cleaning up parts of the city where trash builds up