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DVP Coronavirus Stories

Asian American woman in a power chair sitting at a patio with a red hoodie and a floral print handkerchief around her mouth. She’s wearing a mask over her nose attached to a gray tube.
Asian American woman in a power chair sitting at a patio with a red hoodie and a floral print handkerchief around her mouth. She’s wearing a mask over her nose attached to a gray tube.

What is life? 2020 has certainly taken a turn. Like, seriously! Storytelling is more important than ever during the coronavirus pandemic as we see disabled, sick, and immunocompromised share their perspectives of what it’s like now and how ‘normal’ life before wasn’t all that great to begin with. Here’s a sample of work published or produced by the Disability Visibility Project. Check this space for new stories in the future. Stay safe!

Articles, interviews, podcast episodes, and more!

Reasons to be Angry During a Pandemic by Hannah Soyer

A Paradoxical History of Black Disease by Cyrée Jarelle Johnson

Food Insecurity & COVID-19: Interview with Héctor M. Ramírez

#Coronavirus and the disability community: Recap of various articles, Tweets, and resources

Disabled Oracles and the Coronavirus by Alice Wong

Virtual Home Building and Rebuilding: Disabled Communities in the COVID-19 Pandemic by Amy Gaeta

An Unacceptable Sacrifice: Fatphobia, Ableism, and the COVID-19 Pandemic by Finn Gardiner

How Colonial Visual Cultures Have Worsened This Pandemic and What Needs To Change by Khairani Barokka

Yom HaShoah in the times of COVID-19 by Zipporah Arielle

My Life Has Quality by Elsa R. Sjunneson

Ep 74: Coronavirus and Caregiving with Heather Watkins and Dawn Gibson

Ep 74a: Coronavirus and Spirituality with Elliot Kukla

Ep 75: Coronavirus and Disaster Planning with Germán Luis Parodi and Valerie Novack

 

 

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