EPISODE #9 | 9:30 AM, Monday, June 8, 2020
COVID-19 and social justice
Guest: Rev. Nelson B. Rivers, III, vice president, National Action Network
Join Rev. Nelson B. Rivers, III, popular radio host Terry Base, and Garcia Williams, executive director of The Medi, for a #COVID19 conversation about social justice and advocacy on matters that disproportionately impact people of color in our community... shortly after the murder of George Floyd.
Rev. Rivers, pastor of Charity Missionary Baptist Church and vice president of Religious Affairs and External Relations for the National Action Network (NAN), shares his perspective on COVID-19 and how he has been engaged to make sure we are present at the table in all aspects of the pandemic, including testing and resources to protect our community.
Tune in every Monday morning to WJNI 106.3 FM or listen online at for a new, local conversation about COVID-19 and how it's affecting under-served populations, with information and experts that can't be found anywhere else. Past episodes of MEDI MONDAYS: The Coronavirus Edition can also be found at www.themedi.org/Medi-Mondays-Coronavirus.
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Helpful resources and info on how COVID-19 is affecting underserved populations
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