As we enter further into this time of physical distancing, Human Rights and Equity is mindful of the inequities that may occur during a time of crisis. While everything is operating a bit differently this month, we urge you to continue to make use of Human Rights and Equity in whatever way makes the most sense to you. Below we have compiled resources from how to apply for financial aid to where to watch free movies. We will be continuously adding to these resources, so if you would like to host a webinar addressing issues of human rights, equity and COVID19, let us know. If you have some music, you would like us to post, send it along! If you have questions or concerns about aspects of the University during this time, feel free to reach out – firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know how we can ensure our web of connectivity is not broken at this time.
SUPPORT RESOURCES FOR COVID-19
- Free Streaming Services through Brock Library
- Kelet: (trailer) A documentary about a young Black transgender woman following her dream of becoming a model
- Free Indigenous Films
- Binging with Babish: YouTuber recreates the foods you’ve always wanted to try in the movies and television
- The Body Remembers: (trailer) A film about poverty, privilege and two very different experiences of being Indigenous in Canada.
- Online Educational Equity
- Distance Learning: A Gently Curated Collection of Resources for Teachers
- Engaging Learners in Online Environments Utilizing Universal Design for Learning Principles
- Freirean Principles for E-learning
- Call for a Feminist COVID-19 Policy
- (American) COVID-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapists
- A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Through Coronavirus
- What do feminists have to say on #COVID19. A thread on Resources from (mostly) Global South thinkers