COVID-19 Resources for Students
Compiled by the East Coast Asian American Student Union
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Last updated: May 7, 2020
With recent announcements of school closings and other drastic responses to COVID-19 from schools across the US, we know this can be a frightening, frustrating, and confusing time for students and their families. We have begun to gather resources in regards to COVID-19 in general, but more specifically resources we hope will be useful to you as students. This is by no means a comprehensive or complete document, and we invite you to join us in adding links to other resources that you have found or have yourself created. If you would like to add any resources, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or add them directly as a comment/suggestion below.
If you would like further support, please join the Student Mutual Aid Network on Facebook or join the Mutual Aid Coordination or the National Campus Organizers Slack channels. If you’d like further tools to organize, check out the Intercollegiate Mutual Aid Google Drive or read this COVID-19 Student Organizing Toolkit.
Content warning: racism, xenophobia, violence against AAPIs
Donate money to your local food bank! If public schools close, many students who rely on meals provided at school will turn to these food banks.
Deliver disinfectants, masks, and other supplies to immunosuppressed and immunocompromised folx who may not have access! Sign up on this Google doc (made by @itswalela) and remove your name when you can no longer aid. If you have needs, you can add yourself to this Google doc.
Take care of your networks/friends/family/self! “Pod Mapping for Mutual Aid” by Rebel Sidney Black is a useful tool to help you articulate who these people are!
We want to be able to provide resources to students regarding health and healthcare. Please contribute if you are aware of any resources. Thank you!
@covid19mutualaid on Twitter
@AltGovCOVID19 on Twitter
@frontline.covid19 on Instagram (stories from health care workers on the front line)