By Janica Maya
The COVID-19 pandemic has only escalated anti-Asian racism fueled by many years of anti-Asian hate crimes. Many countries have reported a spike in Asian-hate crimes and for most people; the pandemic has only intensified and recognized the long-lasting violence and anti-Asian racism.
By Akilah James
As the pandemic lives on, hate crimes against Asians are increasing at a disturbing rate. Though hate crimes against all races have been on the rise recently, the increase in hate crimes against Asians is fueled by misinformation about COVID-19 and it becomes clear that this is a pressing issue that needs to be urgently addressed.
By Akilah James
As the COVID-19 pandemic lives on, inmates in Canada continue to deal with not only the hardships of being incarcerated but also being confined during a global pandemic.
By Claudia Cheung
With the ongoing global pandemic and therefore, social distancing, it is harder to celebrate the holidays with your loved ones this year. For many of us staying indoors, it seems normal to feel lonely and isolated during this time.
By Kassandra Sharma
Continuing with everyday life, while taking new precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic is our ‘new normal’. Social distancing, facemasks and working from home are all terms we need to grow accustomed to and while the daily cases have decreased and protocols eased, it’s not over yet.
Dionne Aleman’s research has never been more relevant.
By Elesha Nicholls
COVID-19 is able to be passed on through an infected persons cough, sneeze, or from their breath. By touching your eyes, nose or mouth, it gives the virus leeway into the mucous membranes of your throat, and in the span of 14 days you may start to feel flu like symptoms such as a dry cough sore throat, or a fever. Because of this it’s been advised to wear personal protective equipment such as disposable masks and gloves.