Cultural Survival: disaggregation of data of, for, and by Indigenous Peoples

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Cultural Survival: disaggregation of data of, for, and by Indigenous Peoples

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"Due to the need to present information disaggregated by Indigenous Peoples, Cultural Survival is producing this map to collect and disseminate information to show the situations Indigenous communities are facing as a result of COVID-19. As the number of cases increase daily, and the lack of access to testing in rural areas, the data presented here will evolve over time. Empty areas do not imply that there are no cases of COVID-19 or human right violations. This is a continuous and not exhaustive effort and we invite Indigenous Peoples and their communities to contribute. [...] Our COVID-19 response features a holistic, multi-layered approach including curating a global monitoring system for COVID-19 for Indigenous communities using Google maps technology to document COVID-19 cases and related human rights violations."

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This item was submitted on April 8, 2021 by Monica Ruth using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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