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A compilation of resources about the COVID19/Coronavirus pandemic

COVID & Social Justice

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on society in a variety of ways; there is no part of the world that has been untouched by it's rippling effect. From racial inequalities being exposed, to a global financial crisis, and a severe disruption of education and health practices, COVID-19 has vastly evolved many social justice campaigns and those who they help. Vulnerable and marginalized populations include, among others, individuals who earn low incomes, or are incarcerated, homeless, in foster care, over 65 (especially those in long-term care facilities), people of color, or undocumented.

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