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How to Respond to a Pandemic When Our Institutions Can’t

As people everywhere grapple with the failure of public agencies to respond effectively to COVID-19, they’re taking matters into their own hands. Institutions would do well to take some pages from the organizer’s playbook.

A mural in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Photo by Tiffany Hagler-Geard

“I’d like some food, please,” says the soft voice on the other end of the line.




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Panthea Lee

Panthea Lee

Structural justice x active democracy x radical love. Leading @theReboot.

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