The recent COVID-19 outbreak has been especially challenging for the populations and communities most directly served by our CREA community. As an international community of scholars and practitioners, we recognize that the pandemic has affected many of our underserved and underrepresented communities in devasting and debilitating ways.   As a CREA community, while we seek to produce various forms of scholarship and opportunities, we offer these resources in ways that might advance our cultural response evaluation and assessment to our communities.


This webpage resource is designed to facilitate deeper understandings of the work we do in our multiple international and indigenous communities affected by COVID-19.   Through a webpage search between (3/13/20 and 5/31/20) of internet news and social media, we identified and received COVID-19 sources related to our communities. An additional set of links focuses on data charts and representations of COVID-19 in the communities most served by our scholars and practitioners.


Cox, D. (2020, June 16). Hardship, anxiety, and optimism: Racial and partisan disparities in Americans’ response to COVID-19 Findings from the AEI COVID-19 and American Life Survey. Retrieved from
African American Policy Forum (AAPF) 
Under the Blacklight: COVID-19 (Copy). (2020). Retrieved July 01, 2020, from
Education Review Office
COVID-19: Learning in Lockdown. (n.d.). Retrieved July 01, 2020, from
Education Review Office
Pole, N. (n.d.). Te Tāmata Huaroa: Te Reo Māori in English-medium Schooling. Retrieved July 01, 2020, from
Incarcerated in a Crisis: A Virtual Town Hall with Sen. Bernie Sanders 
Sanders, B. (2020, May). Incarcerated in a Crisis: A Virtual Town Hall with Senator Bernie Sanders. Retrieved from
School counselor COVID19 Response and Crisis Intervention Resources
School Counselor - COVID Response and Crisis Intervention Resources. (2020, April 22). Retrieved July 01, 2020, from
The impact of COVID-19 on prisons (May 15)
Stenglein, J., Ray, R., & Looney, A. (2020, June 10). Webinar: The impact of COVID-19 on prisons. Retrieved July 01, 2020, from

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources to Stand Against Racism. (n.d.). Retrieved from

MacArthur Foundation 

Challenging the Spread of Racism During COVID-19. (n.d.). Retrieved from

(AAJT)Stand Against Hatred 

Stand Against Hatred. (2020). Retrieved from

Protecting Asian American Pacific Islander Work People

COVID19. (2020). Retrieved from

Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

COVID-19. (2020). Retrieved from

(AAJA)Asian American Journalist Association 

AAJA Calls on News Organizations to Exercise Care in Coverage of the Coronavirus Outbreak. (n.d.). Retrieved from

European Evaluation Society

African American Research Collaborative

African American Research Collaborative. (n.d.). Retrieved from

The St. Louis American

Google Doc/Data for Black Lives

The Washington Post 

Thebault, R., Tran, A. B., & Williams, V. (2020, April 7). The coronavirus is infecting and killing black Americans at an alarmingly high rate. Retrieved from

Huff Post 

Ignaczak, N. M., & Hobbes, M. (2020, April 8). Black People Are Dying Of COVID-19 At Alarming Rates. Here's Why. Retrieved from

Democracy Now 

"A Systematic Issue of Disparity": Black People in Louisiana Account for 70% of COVID-19 Deaths. (n.d.). Retrieved from

APM Research Lab 

COVID-19 deaths analyzed by race-04-10-20. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Science News 

Gupta, S. (2020, April 14). Why African-Americans may be especially vulnerable to COVID-19. Retrieved from


More than 70% of La. residents killed by COVID-19 are African American, Governor says. (2020, April 6). Retrieved from

The Guardian 

Data from US south shows African Americans hit hardest by Covid-19. (2020, April 8). Retrieved from

The Detroit News

Brookings - The Avenue

Perry, A. M. (2020, March 30). Black Americans were forced into 'social distancing' long before the coronavirus. Retrieved from

The Guardian 

Laughland, O. (2020, April 12). 'A perfect storm': poverty and race add to Covid-19 toll in US deep south. Retrieved from

New York Times 

Eligon, J., & Audra. (2020, April 7). Black Americans Face Alarming Rates of Coronavirus Infection in Some States. Retrieved from Stories&pgtype=Homepage

Mother Jones

Rios, E., & Rangarajan, S. (2020, April 17). COVID-19 has infected and killed Black people at alarming rates. This data proves it. Retrieved from

Mother Jones

Rios, E. (2020, April 9). Black people are dying from COVID-19 at higher rates because racism is a preexisting condition. Retrieved from

Huff Post 

Ap. (2020, April 19). Black-White Divide Grows Starker As More Coronavirus Data Emerges. Retrieved from

Al Jazeera 

Al Jazeera. (2020, April 17). Open letter from African intellectuals to leaders over COVID-19. Retrieved from

The Guardian 

Aratani, L., & Rushe, D. (2020, April 28). African Americans bear the brunt of Covid-19's economic impact. Retrieved from


Why African American communities are being hit hard by COVID-19. (2020, May 13). Retrieved from


This Chicago hospital shows why African Americans are suffering more from COVID-19. (2020, May 11). Retrieved from

The Atlantic

Serwer, A. (2020, May 12). The Coronavirus Was an Emergency Until Trump Found Out Who Was Dying. Retrieved from

New York Times 

Villarosa, L., & Harris, L. K. (2020, April 29). 'A Terrible Price': The Deadly Racial Disparities of Covid-19 in America. Retrieved from

LA Times

'I'm borne down': She's lost more than 30 friends and acquaintances to the coronavirus. (2020, May 12). Retrieved from

Chicago Tribune

Rumore, K., Feldman, K., Hays, T., Lee, M., Hudetz, M., Phillips, K., … Chicago Tribune Graphics. (n.d.). Chicago Tribune. Retrieved from

The New Yorker

Chotiner, I. (n.d.). How Racism Is Shaping the Coronavirus Pandemic. Retrieved from


Summers, J. (2020, May 16). In Virtual Speech To Black Graduates, Obama Says U.S. Lacks Leadership On Coronavirus. Retrieved from

The New York Times

Medina, J., & Gebeloff, R. (2020, May 25). The Coronavirus Is Deadliest Where Democrats Live. Retrieved from

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio

Inge, L. (n.d.). New Poll Shows Impact Of Coronavirus On African Americans. Retrieved from

The Guardian 

Lutz, E. (2020, May 24). Chicago: black people are 30% of its population but 60% of its Covid-19 deaths. Retrieved from


Internet News/Blogs/Latin Community 
Somatics and Trauma Reading and Resource List
The Intercept

Green, E. (2020, April 16). Citing Coronavirus, U.S. and Mexico Block Kids From Asylum. Retrieved from

The Hill

Bernal, R. (2020, April 18). Coronavirus hits already-struggling Mexican economy. Retrieved from

Los Angeles Times

McDonnell, P., & Sanchez, C. (2020, April 18). As coronavirus spreads, medical workers in Mexico face attacks, intimidation. Retrieved from

Freight Waves

Mahoney, N. (2020, April 16). Coronavirus outbreak tied to US-owned factory in Mexico. Retrieved from

Cumberland Times News

McMinn, T., & Cumberland Times-News. (2020, April 17). American Woodmark plants in Mexico suspended. Retrieved from

News Radio KYW 

Gregg, C., & Gregg, C. (2020, April 18). Report shows disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Latino community. Retrieved from

Gross, E. (2020, April 17). No surprise: More blacks and Latinos are dying of Covid-19. Retrieved from,124199

Longmont Observer

Longmont Observer, & Longmont Observer. (2020, April 16). COVID-19 Race/ethnicity Data Analysis Illustrates Disparities in Boulder County. Retrieved from

Utah Public Radio

Webb, K. (n.d.). Hispanic, LatinX Population Shows More COVID-19 Cases. Retrieved from

York Daily Record

Argento, M. (2020, April 17). Latinos in York City infected with COVID-19 at higher rate than others: 71.6% of cases. Retrieved from

USA Today

Cava, M. della. (2020, April 18). Latinos disproportionately dying, losing jobs because of coronavirus: 'We are strong people, but something has to change'. Retrieved from

Deseret News

Knox, A., & Bojórquez, K. (2020, April 11). Latino workers 'hit the hardest' as coronavirus erases many jobs. Retrieved from

The Hill

Cardona, M. (2020, April 20). Coronavirus exposes the life-and-death inequalities faced by Latinos. Retrieved from

Pew Research Center 

Krogstad, J. M., Gonzalez-Barrera, A., & Noe-Bustamante, L. (2020, April 3). U.S. Latinos among hardest hit by pay cuts, job losses due to coronavirus. Retrieved from

Mlive (Michigan Live)

Marowski, S. (2020, May 12). Hispanics at higher risk to suffer health, economic consequences from coronavirus, University of Michigan professors say. Retrieved from


Gogoi, P. (2020, May 10). Why A Historic Wave Of Latino Prosperity Is Under Threat Now. Retrieved from


Wight, A. (2020, May 25). Warning For The U.S.: Diabetes And Coronavirus Cocktail Killing Young People In Mexico. Retrieved from

ABC 7 Eyewitness News

Goudie, C., Markoff, B., Tressel, C., Weidner, R., Fagg, J., Aguilar, A., & Wls. (2020, May 22). Chicago coronavirus: Why the COVID-19 pandemic is deepening a racial divide in Chicago area


The Guardian 

Gabbatt, A. (2020, May 25). Latino workers face discrimination over spread of coronavirus in meat plants. Retrieved from

CNN News

Vazquez, M. (2020, May 21). Trump uses coronavirus call to rally Hispanic support for his reelection. Retrieved from

The New York Times

Latinos in Some States Have Seen Higher Rates of Infection. (2020, May 7). Retrieved from


Internet news/Blogs/Asian Americans
NBC News

Campbell, A. F., & Ellerbeck, A. (2020, April 16). Federal agencies are doing little about the rise in anti-Asian hate. Retrieved from


Scheer, R. (2020, April 16). The Power and Pain of Being Asian American During the Coronavirus Crisis. Retrieved from

Human Rights Watch

Vang, S. (2020, April 17). US Government Should Better Combat Anti-Asian Racism. Retrieved from


Liu, O. by E. (2020, April 11). Covid-19 has inflamed racism against Asian-Americans. Here's how to fight back. Retrieved from

The Hill 

Kelley, A. (2020, April 7). Attacks on Asian Americans skyrocket to 100 per day during coronavirus pandemic. Retrieved from

The Bold Italic 

Lee, F. (2020, April 5). COVID-19 Is Bringing Out Deep-Rooted Racism in the Bay Area. Retrieved from

US News

Trump Dubs COVID-19 'Chinese Virus' Despite Hate Crime Risks. (n.d.). Retrieved from

CNN Business 

Gan, N., & Culver, D. (2020, April 16). China is fighting the coronavirus with a digital QR code. Here's how it works. Retrieved from


McGregor, G. (2020, April 20). China now has more leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates than any other country. Retrieved from

BBC News

Coronavirus: China outbreak city Wuhan raises death toll by 50%. (2020, April 17). Retrieved from


Sullivan, M. (2020, April 16). In Vietnam, There Have Been Fewer Than 300 COVID-19 Cases And No Deaths. Here's Why. Retrieved from

CNN world

Renton, A., & Picheta, R. (2020, April 17). More than 140 seemingly recovered patients have retested positive for Covid-19, says South Korea. Retrieved from

Diverse issues in Higher Education 

Scientific Organizations Write to Congress Denouncing Anti-Asian Sentiment. (2020, April 23). Retrieved from


Loffman, M. (2020, April 7). Asian Americans describe 'gut punch' of racist attacks during coronavirus pandemic. Retrieved from


Vansynghel, M. (2020, May 13). Seattle artist fights anti-Asian racism in the Chinatown-International District. Retrieved from

NBC News

Yam, K. (2020, May 12). Trump claims Asian Americans are angry at 'what China has done' to U.S. Retrieved from

Diverse Issues in Higher Education 

Asian American Artists Illustrate Students' Coronavirus Stories. (2020, May 25). Retrieved from

ABC News

Han, N. (2020, May 23). I don’t scare easily, but COVID-19 virus of hate has me terrified: Reporter’s Notebook. Retrieved from

Human Rights Watch

Covid-19 Fueling Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia Worldwide. (2020, May 15). Retrieved from

CNN Business 

Sur, P. (2020, May 17). How India conquered the pharma world with generic drugs, but still relies on China. Retrieved from

South China Morning Post

'Political virus' is spreading in America, says Chinese foreign minister. (2020, May 25). Retrieved from

FP Insider

Bordoff, J. (2020, May 22). Trump's China Trade Deal Is as Dead as Can Be. Retrieved from

BBC News

Coronavirus: China accuses US of spreading 'conspiracies'. (2020, May 24). Retrieved from

Informed & Inspired - News from SDSU COE

Aquino-Sterling, C. R. (n.d.). COMMENTARY: Anti-Asian Hate in Light of COVID-19 Hurts All of Us. Retrieved from


Internet News/Blogs/Native Americans/Indigenous Groups
Daily News

Gifford, S. (2020, April 18). Native American tribes suing over coronavirus cash. Retrieved from


Blake, J. (2020, April 14). Native Americans were already decimated by a virus. They're scared it could happen again. Retrieved from


Cnn. (2020, April 7). The risk to Native American nations from Covid-19. Retrieved from

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs 

COVID-19 and Indigenous peoples For Indigenous Peoples. (n.d.). Retrieved from

United Nations Development Program

Maria del Carmen Sacasa, replication-receiver. (2020, April 13). Supporting Peru's indigenous people in the fight against COVID-19. Retrieved from

National Geographic 

Trevisan/Hutukara, G. G., & Fittipaldi, F. (2020, April 12). First coronavirus deaths reported in indigenous communities in the Amazon. Retrieved from

IEN Indigenous Environmental Network 

IEN COVID-19 Emergency Mutual Aid Fund. (n.d.). Retrieved from

The Hill

Klar, R. (2020, April 12). New Mexico governor says state faces 'unique challenges' responding to COVID-19 in Native American communities. Retrieved from

Albuquerque Journal 

Boyd, D., & Journal Capitol Bureau. (n.d.). Tribes feeling brunt of coronavirus impact in NM. Retrieved from


Internet News/Blogs - Immigrant/Racism
Democracy Now

Democracy Now! (2020, April 14). At Least 19 Immigrant Children Infected with COVID-19 at Chicago Facility. Retrieved from

American Immigration Lawyer Society

AILA - ** Resource Center: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) **. (n.d.). Retrieved from

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services 

USCIS Response to COVID-19. (2020, March 13). Retrieved from


Hagemann, H. (2020, April 14). New Survey Highlights Racial Disparities In The Coronavirus Pandemic. Retrieved from 

New York Post

Raskin, S. (2020, April 14). McDonald's in China apologizes for sign banning black people amid coronavirus. Retrieved from

The New York Times

Correal, A., Jacobs, A., & Jones, R. C. (2020, April 9). 'A Tragedy Is Unfolding': Inside New York's Virus Epicenter. Retrieved from

Buzz Feed News

Jha, N. (2020, April 18). It Was Meant To Be An App To Help Immigrants Lead A Normal Life In The US. Now It's Helping Them Survive The Coronavirus. Retrieved from

The Sun Sentinel 

Valdez, Y. H. (2020, April 9). Hispanic women unite in Weston to sew masks and fight coronavirus. Retrieved from

Meet the Press

Meet the Press - May 31, 2020. (2020, May 31). Retrieved June 23, 2020, from

Newspaper /global news/media
The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). Coronavirus reveals, exacerbates US inequality. Retrieved from

The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). A new Jakarta. Retrieved from

The Jakarta Post 
Jakarta Post. (n.d.). Explainer: Indonesia to finance coronavirus battle mostly through debt. Retrieved from
The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). COVID-19: Community in Madiun builds 'open kitchen' to help affected residents avoid hunger. Retrieved from

The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). Indonesia's latest official COVID-19 figures. Retrieved from

The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). COVID-19: More regions request PSBB status as Indonesia sees big jump in infections, deaths. Retrieved from

The Jakarta Post 

Jakarta Post. (n.d.). Why the COVID-19 pandemic was a 'strategic surprise' for Indonesia. Retrieved from

Center for Disease and Control (CDC) 

World Map. (2020, April 14). Retrieved from


ChandrashekharMar, V., HeidtApr, A., HeidtApr, A., Ortega, R. P., HeidtApr, A., & BrainardApr, J. (2020, March 31). 1.3 billion people. A 21-day lockdown. Can India curb the coronavirus?


Travel - What coronavirus reveals about the world's culture. (2020, March 28). Retrieved from

AL-Monitor- The Pulse of the Middle East

al-Jaffal, O. (2020, April 13). Coronavirus changes Iraq's traditions of physical touch. Retrieved from

AL-Monitor- The Pulse of the Middle East

Staff, A.-M. (2020, April 14). Coronavirus resurging in Iran hotspots amid partial reopening. Retrieved from

AL-Monitor- The Pulse of the Middle East

Staff, A.-M. (2020, April 14). Turkey to release thousands of prisoners as coronavirus sweeps through jails. Retrieved from


Tech Crunch 

Singh, M. (2020, April 18). To avoid hostile takeovers amid COVID-19, India mandates approvals on Chinese investments. Retrieved from


Deutsche Welle. (n.d.). Novelist Arundhati Roy claims pandemic exposes India's 'crisis of hatred against Muslims': DW: 19.04.2020. Retrieved from

Internet News/Blog Space/Miscellaneous
The New York Times

Covid 19 and Prison Systems

Blog Space/Internet News/Housing
Humanities Truck (Homelessness)

Sheptock, E., & Sheptock, E. S. (2020, April 1). COVID-19: Homeless Tent Cities Left Susceptible And Lacking Info. Retrieved from

The St. Louis American 

Rivas, R. (2020, April 14). Advocates concerned about a COVID-19 plan for homeless in St. Louis City. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Pedigo, S. (2020, March 27). How our cities can reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Loh, T. H., Love, H., & Vey, J. S. (2020, March 27). The qualities that imperil urban places during COVID-19 are also the keys to recovery. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Greene, S., Berube, A., Ratliff, J. D., & Shroyer, A. (2020, March 26). State policies to promote shared prosperity in cities. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Berube, A. (2020, March 27). As coronavirus fuels a looming recession, which cities achieved inclusive growth in the past decade's boom? Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Parilla, J. (2020, March 27). How cities are helping workers and small businesses during the coronavirus crisis. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Turner-Lee, N. (2020, March 27). What the coronavirus reveals about the digital divide between schools and communities. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Muro, M., Maxim, R., & Whiton, J. (2020, March 27). The places a COVID-19 recession will likely hit hardest. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Schuetz, J. (2020, March 27). America's inequitable housing system is completely unprepared for coronavirus. Retrieved from

Brookings - The Avenue

Berube, A. (2020, March 27). As coronavirus fuels a looming recession, which cities achieved inclusive growth in the past decade's boom? Retrieved from


Williams, D. (2020, March 26). What The $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Means For Housing. Retrieved from

Wall Street Journal 

Berger, P. (2020, March 28). New York City Must Shield Homeless From Coronavirus, Legal Aid Says. Retrieved from

Housing Matters - an Urban Initiative 

Burrowes, K., & Cohen, O. (2020, March 31). When Pandemic Hits, Pausing Evictions Can Help Renters and Landlords-But It's Not Enough. Retrieved from

Housing Matters - an Urban Initiative 

The High Cost of Eviction and Low Cost of Filing. (2020, March 25). Retrieved from

The Washington Post 

Jessica Contrera, T. J. (2020, March 22). Facing eviction as millions shelter in place. Retrieved from Master