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The COVID-19 Social Change Survey is a daily nationally representative survey of U.S. public opinions, behaviors, and attitudes related to the COVID-19 pandemic, assembled by a team of social scientists at Northwestern University.
The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation and the University of Chicago Poverty Lab have launched a series of joint research projects exploring the effects of COVID-19 on businesses and households.
Social Impact of COVID-19
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This report from Oxfam America examines the intense effect of COVID-19 on marginalized communities. Members of these communities are more likely to be unable to adhere to social distancing guidelines due to work situations.
This report from the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs discusses how COVID-19 has impacted vulnerable communities, particularly older persons, disabled persons, indigenous peoples, and youth.
From the National Bureau of Economic Research, this paper looks at how social distancing measures have an unequal effect on women's employment, particularly in female-dominated fields such as child care and the service industry.
PPI is a nonprofit, non-partisan policy group that advocates for criminal justice reform. They have gathered information on the prison system's response to COVID-19 and their suggestions for policy responses.
The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization in DC. This report looks at structural inequalities that have led to an overrepresentation of African-Americans in COVID-19 death statistics.