Building a Culture of Care

By Luigi Fu 8/20/2020 If we continue to ask our colleagues to take care of themselves, without providing them the space to do it, then we’re all doomed to burn out. In the midst of two pandemics – COVID and institutional racism – we’re sending mixed messages to our friends and colleagues that can leadContinue reading “Building a Culture of Care”

Stop Saying We Are Experiencing the Same Pandemic

By Wayne Carino 8/11/2020 It is no secret that many people and recent college graduates are laid off and desperately searching for a job due to COVID-19. What many people don’t understand is that the pandemic experience differs across socio-economic groups.  Many may be relaxing at home leisurely applying for jobs at the comfort ofContinue reading “Stop Saying We Are Experiencing the Same Pandemic”

COVID and the Arts: When the Entertainment Industry Went Dark

By Wendy LaManque 8/3/2020 In January 2020, I was a little surprised when a colleague of mine at the Union (AGMA) asked that we have a meeting ASAP to discuss the potential ramifications of the Coronavirus on our industry.  At that time, I had been focusing much of my energy on sexual harassment prevention, tryingContinue reading “COVID and the Arts: When the Entertainment Industry Went Dark”

I Am a Burnt-out, Financially Deprived, and Mentally Depleted Social Media Manager That Has Had to Work During a Global Pandemic and 2nd Wave Civil Rights Movement

By Ejolee Mitchell 7/30/2020 Like many social media managers in the world, the plans I had for myself, and my work became irrelevant.  All of the content or ideas I had planned for the year were no longer applicable. I had to change my entire workflow – that had been laid out since June 2019Continue reading “I Am a Burnt-out, Financially Deprived, and Mentally Depleted Social Media Manager That Has Had to Work During a Global Pandemic and 2nd Wave Civil Rights Movement”

Weekly Resource Round Up: Effects of COVID-19 by Sex and Gender Edition

By Liz Hensler July 20, 2020 Each week, we post a compilation of articles, publications, videos, podcasts, events etc. we’ve learned from across the web. This week, we’ve compiled resources to learn more about the current conversations, critiques and debates about the effects of COVID-19 across gender. (With thanks to Mary Ann Kerr, who reachedContinue reading “Weekly Resource Round Up: Effects of COVID-19 by Sex and Gender Edition”

Bridging the Gaps: Equity Considerations for School Reentry

By Dan Hinderliter July 14, 2020 Educators are often regarded for their ability to adapt quickly, think on their feet, and remain flexible in the face of constant change. In the first six months of 2020, more than ever, teachers, principals, and school administrators had to respond to more challenges than in recent memory; withContinue reading “Bridging the Gaps: Equity Considerations for School Reentry”

Weekly Resource Round Up: Equity in Humanitarian Aid Edition

By Liz Hensler July 14, 2020 Each week, we post a compilation of articles, publications, videos, podcasts, events etc. we’ve learned from across the web. This week, we’ve compiled resources to learn more about the current conversations, critiques and debates about equity in and the future of humanitarian aid. Read: Opinion: The hustle — whiteContinue reading “Weekly Resource Round Up: Equity in Humanitarian Aid Edition”

Doing Something During COVID-19

By Liz Hensler July 3, 2020 First, we’ve got to get this out of the way up top – COVID-19 is not a political issue. If you believe scientists, you’ve worn your mask, stayed indoors, and limited your social contact. This is a health crisis, the likes of which we haven’t seen in our lifetimes.Continue reading “Doing Something During COVID-19”