COVID Solidarity project

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The COVID Solidarity project, a map of community organizing related to COVID-19 in the US has now been launched.

As the pandemic swept across the United States in 2020, millions of Americans helped their fellow citizens deal with an unprecedented crisis. This map documents some of those efforts in a variety of different areas: mutual aid societies, medical aid, makers and distributors of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), emergency relief funds, housing, business donations, groups that provided free content, and efforts to document experiences of the pandemic.
This map was a class project of Prof. Lara J. Nettelfield's Human Rights in the United States course and was designed by Abigail Edwards. 
Click below to view the map's website