Tag: COVID-19

Artists; Brooklyn; COVID-19, Coronavirus; Art Collective

Meet Brooklyn’s Newest Art Collective

A group of New York artists are supporting their peers through the struggles of COVID-19 the best way they know how: By using art. Artists-X-Change (aXc), a new collective formed in the wake of the pandemic, has teamed up with ...

Why COVID-19 Vaccines Need to Prioritize ‘Superspreaders’

Why COVID-19 Vaccines Need to Prioritize ‘Superspreaders’

By: Dana Goldman, University of Southern California; David Conti, University of Southern California, and Matthew E. Kahn, Johns Hopkins University Once safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are available, tough choices will need to be made about who gets the first ...

March For The Dead

Photos: New Yorkers March in White for Those Lost to COVID-19

Hundreds of New Yorkers marched in memory of those who have lost their lives to COVID-19, showing those passed were more than a statistic, but were mothers, fathers, daughters, husbands, brothers, sisters and many more. Marchers left Barclays Center on ...

COVID-19, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Michael Gordon, composer, songs, music, community, Cherry Esplanade

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Honors Lives Lost to COVID-19

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is using Cherry Esplanade as a memorial to honor the 23,000 victims lost to COVID-19 in New York City. Serving as a backdrop for visitors to reflect, an audio recording of the song loved. by composer Michael ...

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