These protests are born out of anger, pain, and frustration. They represent the cumulative effects of structural and systemic inequities in the United States.
Let’s try to reframe how we think of masks. In countries where the COVID19 rate is flattening, there is a common denominator that is not about restrictive governments or policies. The common denominator is centered around SOCIAL GOOD and collective care...
The impact is devastating. Life is chaotic. As the virus rips through cities, people are losing their lives, jobs, connection to community, and a sense of stability...
"COVID-19 has taken away so much from our lives- our routine, our jobs, our safety, our schools, our plans, and our loved ones. But one thing I have learned from this pandemic is that COVID-19 can’t take away our love."
"Self-care is taking the time intentionally to attend to our mental, emotional and physical health. During this time of “shelter at home,” find ways to do things that are good for you. "
"Love in the Time of Corona is much different- especially the finding love part. The staying in love part is a whole other blogpost for those who are quarantined with their significant others. We’ll get to that, but tonight, we’ll start here- right at the beginning."
"Keepingit100.Solutions is built by strong women and our allies. It is a manifestation of our dreams, our needs, our struggles and our triumphs. It will be a place where we can share resources, construct our own marketplace, join live events and experiences, and tell our stories."