Tonight's show looks at two populations in the state that have been hit hard by the coronavirus: inmates and food service workers.

First, we checked back in with one of the first guests on this show, Lizz Matos, executive director of Prisoners' Legal Services, about how the incarcerated community has weathered the storm of the last four months. According to Matos, inmates are so afraid of getting sick that they are avoiding getting tested so they don't have to quarantine in solitary confinement.

Then, we heard from artist Catherine Aiello and photographer Tommy Driscoll about their shared virtual photo exhibit that highlights the experiences of food service workers before and during the pandemic. Many of those documented share grief about their changing industry.


Lizz Matos - 2:06
Catherine Aiello and Tommy Driscoll - 17:09