The Cheap Drug Showing Major Promise to Treat Covid-19
This week, Bill Bratton, the former police commissioner for Boston, Los Angeles and New York City, joined to discuss the federal efforts to reform police. James Norman, CEO and co-founder of Pilot.ly and partner at Transparent Collective, came on to talk about his experience as a black executive and founder in Silicon Valley and how the technology industry needs to change to achieve greater racial equity. Dr. William Haseltine, who pioneered the first HIV/AIDS treatment and developed the first drugs based on the human genome while at Harvard Medical School, explained the cheap, widely available drug showing major promise to treat Covid-19. Then United Chief Communications Officer and former White House press secretary Josh Earnest came on to talk about the airline's efforts to revive the summer travel season and how the private sector can enact policies to fight racial inequality.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.