Yale University central COVID-19 information hub and resource site concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NAACP has compiled a set of actions and demands in response to the multiple assaults–from the pandemic to police brutality to ongoing systemic racism–facing Black communities across the nation. Explore the different ways to lend your support and strengthen the fight for equality during this uncertain time.
Black Lives Matter Resources 101, curated by the staff at Playbill, offers suggestions on ways to volunteer time and other resources to support Black Lives Matter.
Care Package, curated by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, is “a collection of creative offerings by artists, writers, and scholars who have collaborated with [the Center] over the years. Here, you will find a range of approaches to addressing uncertainty, anxiety, and grief through vision, reflection, and healing.”
Care in the Time of Corona Virus is a zine featuring “stories, essays, and artwork show[ing] how communities experience, resist, and grapple with a viral outbreak that has been racialized as Asian. Yet, in this moment of precarity and disaster, we’ve also seen how revolutionary love and care can reshape our world and the urgency, necessity, and radical possibilities of decarceration, language justice, healthcare and housing access, economic redistribution, and mutual aid.”
Quarantine-Friendly Food Tips is a resource compiled by Annie Cheng ER&M ’20. Here you will find tips on how to store fruits and vegetables for a longer time, maximize your food budget, minimize food waste, and cook on a shoestring budget.
“CovED is a community of undergraduates from some of the top colleges/universities across the U.S. who are interested in supporting K-12 students in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our goal is to create a virtual platform for pairing mentors from higher ed institutions with K-12 students affected by school closures. We hope that this platform and our resources page will help provide additional academic assistance for students and families who are facing hardships caused by the ongoing pandemic.”