At least 101 youth and 55 juvenile detention staff members throughout the nation have tested positive for COVID-19.
US Imperialism, Intentional Neglect Of Indigenous Communities Share Responsibility In Amount Of COVID-19 Cases
Federal funding, rapid testing and intervention are necessary in combating the spread of COVID-19 in Native communities.
Small business owners are panicking amidst the news and growing fears that they’ll have to say goodbye to their businesses.
Just as in the United States, Black women in the United Kingdom are more likely to die from pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum complications than white women.
For those of us who are grieving friends and loved ones, the uncertainty we feel isn't just about when we resume our "normal" lives. It’s also about how our collective grieving processes and practices have been fundamentally changed.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluations (IHME) cites a steady increase in deaths and projects that 918 people in Mississippi will have died from the novel coronavirus by early August.
Amazon and Instacart employees began striking Monday, with Whole Foods workers scheduling a mass "sick-out" on Tuesday.
Our Collective Loneliness, Panic During COVID-19 Isolation Is Having A Detrimental Impact On Children
The massive upheaval in our daily and cultural practices will take a tangible, emotional toll on all of us, but children have fewer developed tools to navigate this new reality.
COVID-19 may have an impact on abortion clinics’ ability to run, but the answer isn’t to shut down abortion services.
Jails and prisons, already notorious for horrific healthcare, are potentially on the brink of an even greater human rights crisis as COVID-19 moves behind bars.
COVID-19: Philadelphia School District, Citing Equity Concerns, Will Not Be Teaching Students Online
COVID-19: The School District of Philadelphia is the eighth largest school system in the country, serving nearly 200,000 students in more than 260 schools.
The bill ensures that people who are employed in places with less than 500 employees will receive paid benefits while on leave.
Now is the time for us to support our elders by not putting them even more at risk of contracting COVID-19.