What Happens To Them
Photo Essay of the Homeless Community In Long Beach [tl]
Photo essay by O’Shovah, a Filipinx comrade in Long Beach.
There is an issue that is being neglected, a homeless issue. It is an issue that has long been present before this pandemic. While the current situation is to stay at home, many of the homeless people living in the city do not have the privilege to “stay at home.” Whether it be the cold gray pavement or a metallic bus bench to sleep or rest, it cannot be denied that they are the unfortunate victims of this COVID-19 pandemic.
Apr 25, 2020 Read the whole text... 4 pp.
An Anarchist and Filipino Diaspora Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic
It has been 2–3 months since the COVID-19 virus had spread across the world infecting hundreds of thousands and killing tens of thousands, leading the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare it a pandemic. Within that span of time, places of work and schools here and abroad have shut down, effectively leaving people at risk of losing their jobs and becoming evicted from their homes.
Mar 30, 2020 Read the whole text... 5 pp.