COVID-19 in Mexico

Event date

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm



Who's invited

Campus Community & Public


Carolina Alfaro


(209) 667-3511

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Accessibility Information

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations or have questions about access may contact the program sponsoring the event, as listed above.

Event Details

This event will feature a panel discussion that focuses on the challenging effects of Covid-19 in Mexico. The pandemic significantly impacted—and continued to affect—populations across the globe. In the U.S., Covid-19 specifically affected marginalized communities in negative ways, including through employment, health, housing, and well-being. However, how are families in Mexico, many of which have transnational ties to the U.S., are affected by the pandemic?  What critical information or perspectives about the effects of Covid-19 are prevalent? How do communities survive and thrive despite the social inequities? Through multidisciplinary perspectives, panelists will discuss Covid-19, its impact on marginalized populations, and resilience amidst the social challenges.

This discussion will be facilitated mostly in Spanish.

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