// Tag: Coronavirus

Art is at the Heart of Disability Justice

An estimated 7.5% of the adult population in the United States is now living with long COVID, the long-term or chronic effects of a COVID infection, or reinfection, in children and adults. Artist, teacher, and HIV organizer Pato Hebert is one of them. In January, Hebert spoke with Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, who lives with both HIV…

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Narrative Initiative

Thinking with our eyes: Understanding the power of visual narrative

We think with our eyes. Here, Liz Banse of Resource Media shares case studies show how visual narrative strategies move people with photos, video and more.

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Narrative and COVID-19: Resources and reading lists

The Coronavirus pandemic is shaping (and being shaped by) narratives. These articles, essays, ideas and research offer guidance and insights into narrative change strategy in the context of COVID-19.

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