In this time of the COVID-19, with all its uncertainty and fear, we offer solidarity — to you, to the afflicted, and to our partners around the world.
As we all know, crises like this one make existing inequalities worse. Many governments will put corporate bailouts first before assistance to people. Healthcare and other emergency measures will often leave out the most vulnerable. We are all affected, but certain communities, like those served by our partners in the Global South and on the frontlines in the U.S., are especially vulnerable.
This is the time for us to reaffirm our shared values and vision and to support those most affected — both in the U.S. and around the world. This page will share what we know from our partners and opportunities for you to show your solidarity to globally “flatten the curve” and raise the bar.
Show your solidarity amid this pandemic
We are ready to deepen bonds and solidarity during this time, and support our partners with love and financial support. We are in the process of making over $350,000 in emergency grants to our partners and grantees to support emergency initiatives that will build long-term systems change. Please join us.
News and articles on the COvid-19 pandemic
Learn how our partners are responding during this crisis, how you can show your solidarity, and our analysis of the situation.
- Defending the World’s Oceans, Water, and People
- Palestine Post-Ceasefire: Update and Call for Continued Solidarity
- Mobilizing People and Moving Money for Palestinian Rights
- Solidarity Notes, April 2021: Just Recovery and Grassroots Feminisms
- No Sense of Safety Left in Gaza
- Guarding the Cracks in Their Apartheid Walls
- This Must End: A Call for Action from Palestine
- Heed Palestine’s Call for Justice
- Emergency in Sheikh Jarrah and Gaza
- Update from the Trenches in Brazil: “one of the worst crises our country has ever seen”
Resources for organizing and fundraising
Here’s a brief list of resources that are available for groups looking for additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic.