Food insecurity already underscores gender disparities on college campuses, a dilemma now worsened by the pandemic and its uncertainty.
The myth of the strong Black woman perpetuates inequality. To support Black women through this pandemic, we must address the underlying conditions of oppression.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic could be uniquely devastating for women in prison, as well as their children and families.
The absence of women’s voices in policy decisions undermines our collective well-being—especially during a pandemic.
The pandemic has created a unique environment for lethal violence against women. What’s essential now is COVID-19 responsive support, not more guns.
The pandemic has laid bare the many risks of carceral responses to domestic abuse. We can no longer blindly accept that arrest is best.
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