More Information

There is a lot of information floating around the Internet (a lot of jiníí) about Covid-19. This page lists a few helpful websites in sorting that information.

Of course, please refer to the Centers for Disease Control (the CDC) for the most up-to-date information on Covid-19.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

The Tribal Law and Policy Institute has put together a helpful list of websites from National Native Organizations that have Covid specific resources.

https://www.home.tlpi.org/national-native-organizations

There is also a lot of information and moving parts regarding Congressional funding to support tribes during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Tribal Law and Policy Institute has compiled a list of resources on this topic.

https://www.home.tlpi.org/funding-needs

The Urban Indian Health Institute has also gathered resources for tribes and urban Indian organizations and communities about the Covid outbreak.

https://www.uihi.org/projects/covid

National Indian Health Board put together an online Covid-19 Tribal Resource Center.

https://www.nibh.org/covid-19

The National Urban Indian Family Coalition released a report on the impacts of Covid-19 on Urban Indian and Alaska Native Organizations.

https://www.nuifc.org/news/4-20-press-release

Other Links and Resources

I think Covid-19 has raised the issue of how to talk about it. How do we talk about everything – handwashing, social distancing, sickness, and resources – within our communities? How do we talk about being resilient? So this section is devoted to a few links of that sort. I hope this list keeps growing.

The Diné Situation Podcast

  • Preexisting Colonial Conditions – https://soundcloud.com/din-situation/preexisting-colonial-conditions/
    • In this episode, Andrew Curley spoke with Bijiibah Begaye, Executive Director of Tsé Ko Community Development Corporation – founded in response to COVID relief in Coalmine Mesa; Michael Parrish, Policy Analyst at the Diné Policy Institute at Diné College, in Tsaile; and Alastair Bitsui, public health advocate and writer currently based in Salt Lake City, Utah. We discussed national media coverage, which fails to name colonialism at the root of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Navajo Nation. You can find out more information about Tsé Ko Community Development Corporation at; and read Alastair’s full account of his experience with COVID19 here: newrepublic.com/article/157219/tr…ty-maze-dead-ends.
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