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Monday’s Houston Matters: Government’s Response To COVID-19 ‘Exposed’, And NYT Columnist Charles Blow On Race Relations (Sept. 28, 2020)

On Monday’s show: A Houston Chronicle investigation examines how all levels of government failed to prepare for the pandemic, NYT columnist Charles Blow discusses race relations, a local dentist answers your questions, and we get an update on the Texans and Astros.


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On Monday’s Houston Matters: We discuss the Houston Chronicle’s investigative series called Exposed, which examines how all levels of government failed to prepare for a pandemic leaders knew would someday arrive.

Also this hour: New York Times’s columnist Charles Blow asks the question, “Is there really a racial reckoning?” as part of a lecture series on social justice at the Rothko Chapel.

Then, Dr. Karen Wuertz, associate professor of dentistry and dental public health at UTHealth, answers your questions about keeping your smile healthy.

And sports writer Jeff Balke updates us Houston sports.

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