Tag - covid-19

Local Experts Explain Covid Threats

https://kkfi.org/wp-content/uploads/RadioActive-072820.mp3 RadioActive Magazine will focus on the foreboding Covid-19 pandemic, including a disturbingly rapid rise of cases here in the metro.  Dr. Sanmi Areola, Director of the Johnson County Health and Education Department, and Elizabeth Groenweghe, Chief Epidemiologist with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County provide their expertise on this...

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Understanding Israel Palestine (4/2/20)

The Much Too Promised Land: Understanding Israel Palestine - April 2, 2020 Margot presents the Headline News Jeremy interviews journalist and analyst Richard Silverstein about his iconoclastic background as an American Jew at the productive intersection between Zionism and anti-Zionism, and his recent work on a Likud soft coup...

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COVID Black

Host Ebony M. Johnson, along with Historian & Professor AJ Lowe discuss COVID Black. A taskforce on black health and data. Our guest, Dr. Nishani Fraizer, is an Associate Professor at Miami University of Ohio and she serves as Director of Community Outreach for COVID Black. Thank you for giving...

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KKFI is Here – How we are helping right now.

KKFI is Here. Just a few of the unique ways we are serving our community right now. Donate to KKFI COVID-19 Resources CDC and Regional Information on Covid-19 Updates on stay-at-home orders, unemployment information, COVID-19 testing updates, local resources, local businesses, and more. We are doing our best to keep important information at your fingertips. FOR...

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Update 4.20.20 – CDC and Regional Information on Covid-19

Kansas and Missouri Unemployment & Federal Impact Check Information Published 4.20.20 MO - Unemployment Benefits Information KS - Unemployment Benefits KKFI is here. We know that this crisis has changed things for all of us. We also know that there are new unemployment options available to self employed and 1099 contract workers. For Missouri Workers, labor.mo.gov And...

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