66: Daphne Frias on Activism and the Cost of Care
Daphne Frias is a 22-year-old organizer from West Harlem, New York.She is a nationally acclaimed activist within the movement to prevent gun violence, the New York state director of March for Our Lives, a delegate at the United Nations Youth Climate Summit, and she just began med school. Daphne is a great, tough young person, who was kind enough to join host JJ to talk about the intersection of coronavirus, disability, and gun violence.
Mentioned in this podcast:
- Gun violence, disability, and recovery (Journal of Disability)
- Higher COVID-19 Incidence in Minority Communities (AARP)
- Shootings Are a Glaring Exception to the Coronavirus Crime Drop (the Trace)
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