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Members of COVID-19 Faculty Working Group:

Lydia Boyd, Kia Caldwell, Samba Camara, Mohamed Mwamzandi, Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja, David Pier, Eunice Sahle

Research Projects

“Local Musicians’ Creative and Economic Adjustments to COVID-19: Experiences from Detroit” – Samba Camara, Pierce Freelon, Omari Hall, Patricia Hall 

“Recognizing and Addressing the Socioeconomic and Structural Inequalities Shaping the COVID-19 Impact in African-American and Afro-Brazilian Communities” – Kia Caldwell

“African public health responses to the coronavirus epidemic” – Lydia Boyd

“Contextualizing Islam in Times of COVID-19: North Carolina, Senegal and Kenya” – Samba Camara and Mohamed Mwamzandi

“Must Be Alert: COVID-19, Music, and Politics in Uganda” – David Pier

“State Fragility and the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)” – Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja

“COVID-19, Human Insecurities, Violence and Burn Injuries in Malawi” – Eunice Sahle and Michael Kaiyatsa

“States and Human Rights in the context of COVID-19: Dispatches from Malawi, Kenya and South Africa” – Eunice Sahle and Michael Kaiyatsa

“Christianity, Social Action and Ministering in the era of COVID-19 in Malawi” – Eunice Sahle, Michael Kaiyatsa, and Rev. Canon MacDonald Sembereka

“Environmental Justice Communities and COVID-19: African American Responses through Mutual Aid Networks” – Marie A. Garlock and Eunice Sahle