LGBTI Inclusion

LGBTQ+ communities used lessons from the HIV pandemic to tackle COVID-19

Gay neighborhoods often have a 'neighbor helping neighbor' approach, which helps these communities more effectively manage crises. Image: Unsplash/Jasmin Sessler

Daniel Baldwin Hess

Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo

Alex Bitterman

Professor of Architecture and Design, Alfred State College of Technology, The State University of New York

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