This page includes information on racial and ethnic minorities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and resources useful to them and those assisting people in those communities.
Translations are community-based adaptations of the handbook in languages other than English.
COVID-19 BAME Resource hub
Guidebook from the Local & Regional Government Alliance on Race & Equity (GARE) supporting governmental institutions in responding to COVID-19 through a racial equity lens.
We aim to reach marginalized communities and share reliable and memorable information so people know what to do to stop the spread of coronavirus.
This live position paper provides an overview of the risks and impact of COVID-19 on racial inequalities within the UK.
Call by Senator Elizabeth Warren and 4 congressional representatives to track race and ethnicity in reporting health data for the COVID-19 pandemic. The Root, a Black news, opinion, politics and culture publication.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) advocates for 8 points for racial justice in COVID-19 response. "This disease threatens us all, but it is disproportionately killing Black people. A COVID-19 response must address the pervasive racial injustices at the federal, state, and local level."
More young people affected in part because "The poor, black, Latino, or rural residents who make up large shares of southern populations tend to lack access to high-quality doctors and care.
Working paper by Harvard researchers analyzing Boston Globe excess mortality data by poverty, household crowding, race/ethnicity,and racialized economic segregation.
Doctors without borders serving vulnerable communities in the US in New York City, Puerto Rico, Florida, and among Native American communities in the southwest.
Article in Discover Society by Social Research Publications describing hostility toward the usually "invisible" minority in Britain.
South Asian American Digital Archive are documenting the experiences of South Asian Americans during COVID-19
A collaborative document on data, resources and information on the global impact of COVID-19 on Black people/people of African descent maintained by Professor Kim Gallon at Purdue University.
Twitter thread of black doctors/researchers who are working on research or a better understanding of how to address the racial disparity of COVID-19.
This page provides information, maps and resources about the Coronavirus response local the Navajo Nation in the US Southwest.
Resources from Department of Interior Agency for American Indians, Indian tribes, and Alaska Natives.
Resources from nonprofit advocacy organization National Congress of American Indians (NCAI).
The Government of Canada supports First Nations and Inuit communities in preparing for, monitoring and responding to COVID-19.
Bar charts and time trends of cases and deaths for native nations and states.
World Economic Forum piece focused on issues facing indigenous communities in rural Latin America.