LGBTIQ and Other Sexual and Gender Minority Lives and COVID-19

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The focus of this Working Group is to examine the impact of COVID-19 as a pandemic in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) and other sexual and gender minority (SGM) individuals. We are particularly interested in access to medical, community, and disaster ministry resources. We are also interested in the compounding identity vectors of race, disability, and poverty on the capacity of LGBTIQ and SGM to sustain themselves and their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Working Group Leads

Patricia A. Stukes, Texas Woman’s University and Jason Orne, Drexel University
Emailsjusbcas@gmail.comjo466@drexel.edu

Working Group Members

Kevin Blanchard, DRRDynamics
Marcilyn Cianfarani, Independent Researcher
Sol Dalisay, University of the Philippines
Emily Dwyer, University of Melbourne
JC Gaillard, University of Auckland
Andrew Gorman-Murray, Western Sydney University
Lesley Gray, University of Otago
Theo Greene, Bowdoin College
Chong-suk Han, Middlebury College
Kyle Knight, Human Rights Watch
Tey Meadow, Columbia University
Ashleigh Rushton, Massey University
Barb Russo, Fayetteville State University
Jesus Smith, Lawrence University
Amy Stone, Trinity University
Caroline Voyles, Drexel University
Eric Wright, Georgia State University
Haorui Wu, Dalhousie University