The purpose of this series, initiated by the Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion (CRHESI) and the Pillar Nonprofit Network, is to present critical accounts on how social inequities unfold during the COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, this series seeks to include a background of research as well as first-hand perspectives from community members experiencing situations of marginalization. (Read full introduction)
Table of Contents
Considering Complex Lives, Value and COVID-19 by Jeff Preston
Beyond the Margins: The Experiences of Those in Unsheltered Homelessness by Abe Oudshoorn, Colleen Parsons, and L.
Impossible Choices: Serving Women Experiencing Violence During COVID-19 by Nadine Wathen and Shelley Yeo
COVID-19 From the Perspective of High School Students by Adele Zhao and Munya Haddara
Navigating a New World: The Experiences of Persons who are Blind or Partially Sighted During COVID-19 By Colleen McGrath and Elizabeth Mohler
Cities’ invisible millions and their lives with COVID 19 by Carolin Elizabeth George