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Inclusion and Engagement
Inclusion and Engagement

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19

 

For updates regarding the University of Pennsylvania’s response to the coronavirus, please visit https://coronavirus.upenn.edu/.

For updates from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, please visit https://www.law.upenn.edu/coronavirus/.

 

The Office of Inclusion and Engagement has compiled this list of resources for members of the Law School community to draw upon during these challenging and unpredictable times. We hope that these resources offer insight and support to anyone who might seek it. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, related to this list of resources or to other issues relating to the Office of Inclusion and Engagement, please feel free to contact us at inclusion@law.upenn.edu. 

This Resource List is divided into two sections: Supportive Resources and Examining Inequity. The Supportive Resources section includes information about various resources, funds, and programs that might be useful to Law School community members during this time. The Examining Inequity section includes articles that present information and analyses of the COVID-19 pandemic through a social justice lens. These lists are not comprehensive, and we will update them regularly. 

 

COVID-19 INFORMATION

 

Supportive Resources

Examining Inequity

Law School Resources

Increases in Anti-Asian Racism during COVID-19

Financial Resources for Students

  • COVID-19 Emergency Fund [Available from April 24-May 15]
  • For law students who are concerned about emergency or unexpected expenses, Student Affairs is available to discuss available resources and support. For emergency funding, please reach out to Dean Lin. For longer-term financial concerns, please contact Tony Henry, Assistant Dean for Financial Aid. More details can be found under “Student Life Questions” on the Coronavirus FAQ’s for Students page. 

The Disproportionate Effects of the Pandemic on Black & Brown Communities

Student Health Resources

The Academic Inequities Exposed by the Pandemic

General Resources

Ableism and Ageism in the Age of COVID-19

Resources Specific to Legal Community:

Classism in the Wake of COVID-19

For Faculty

The Impact of COVID-19 on LGBTQ+ Communities

For Staff

Intersectionality, Leadership, Social Justice, & Movement Building During COVID-19