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COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vast shortcomings of our nation’s health system and the critical importance of affordable coverage and care for all," said Emily Stewart, Executive Director of Community Catalyst. "The best way to stem the deepening impact of the crisis is to take care of the people who have faced unjust barriers to economic security and health care, including disproportionate numbers of people of color."

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From our Dental Access Project: COVID-19 Resources for Oral Health Professionals and Advocates

These include general resources specific to how COVID-19 is impacting oral health and access to dental care, as well as recommendations and guidance for dental professionals from public health officials and organizations.

Speaking Out Against Xenophobia and Racist Attacks

We know that recent xenophobic and racist attacks against people of Asian heritage and Asian Americans have sparked fear across communities – we strongly condemn those attacks. The best way to combat these acts is to actively stand up and speak out against them. We know that you join us in working to protect all people and ensure their safe and affordable access to coverage and care. For messaging guidance, see this from Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF) and this from the Opportunity Agenda.

The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) along with the Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA) on Thursday announced the creation of the online reporting center where people can fill out a form — currently available in English, traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese and Korean — to report the location and type of discrimination experienced and other details.

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