How the COVID-19 pandemic has severely exacerbated the existing hunger crisis in America
An interview with the founders of three Gen Z-led organizations dedicated to combatting the spread of COVID-19
Difficult times call for difficult measures. But humanity, kindness, and beauty still prevail - so does hope.
Across various metrics of the disease, data has shown that certain populations have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic, namely lower-income individuals and people of color.
Communities are showing their care for each other by coming together during this bleak time to give their support.
During this pandemic, many of the major grocery retailers have enjoyed massive spikes in revenue, profiting from the public’s panic in the wake of coronavirus, yet these increased revenues haven’t been transferred to their employees.
COVID-19 is emphasizing the grave scope of environmental racism, a type of injustice that affects the health and well-being of minorities based on the area in which they reside.
Self-proclaimed white supremacists have taken advantage of major social media platforms, such as Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter, to perpetuate false and biased information about COVID-19.
A group of German medical doctors have posed naked online in an effort to highlight a shortage of protective clothing and equipment, which they say leaves them at a greater risk of getting infected by the COVID-19 virus.
A Spanish translation of this article is included below the original. Se incluye una traducción al español de este artículo debajo del original.
I have been struggling to cope with the abundance of time we now have on our hands, and the desire to constantly be productive continues to nag at me.
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