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The Inequity of COVID-19: A Network Perspective

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It seems that every business and organization these days is disseminating guidelines or thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Network for Social Justice is no different. Back in early February (that seems like a long time ago, doesn’t it?) our Response and Advocacy Committee penned this statement about the danger of allowing fear and … Read more

Women’s History Month Honoree 2020: Jennifer Zhang

Jennifer Zhang arrived in the US from China in 1990. At the time, her father was a visiting professor at MIT and Harvard, and Zhang was about to start college herself. Worried about her safety as a student activist, her father brought her to the Boston area to attend Wentworth Institute of Technology.  Soon after, … Read more