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Description: The Encyclopedia of Pandemic Activism is intended to be a resource for activists, researchers from any discipline, students, and anyone else interested in activism "before," "during," and the eventual "after" the COVID-19 global pandemic. What are the historical antecedents to different social movements and social justice causes? Scholars have maintained that the COVID pandemic revealed the inequalities in our society. Activists countered that so many of us already knew that the inequalities existed, that COVID and the disparate responses to who catches the virus, whether they receive adequate medical attention. The Encyclopedia of Pandemic Activism explores what activism looks like the face of a global health crisis and major economic collapse.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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