Revisiting the Limits of Democracy during COVID-19

Hey y’all,

For the final project, I made a graphic to visualize my thoughts on how the inequalities reflected by and exacerbated by COVID-19 have only reinforced my belief in the limits of democracy and in the promises of collective liberation.

Sources: The Marshall Project, A Staggering Toll: 30 Million Have Filed For Unemployment (NPR), New York’s Inequalities Are Fueling COVID-19 (FiveThirtyEight), They Can’t Afford to Quarantine. So They Brave the Subway (The New York Times).

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About Christina

Hi everyone! I am a junior at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, and I am studying Human Biology and Public Policy. My experiences as a health educator cemented my interests in the intersection of social inequity and health. My interests center on the development, implementation and ethical implications of public health policies, specifically those addressing food insecurity and sexual/reproductive health. In my spare time, I enjoy wandering around art galleries, reading all kinds of literature and singing with my friends.

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  1. I love the detail yet simplicity of this infographic. This was awesome.

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