COVID-19: CCNV April 3rd Update

The Humanities Truck works with diverse populations to collect, create, interpret, and curate stories that can return to the communities they originated from and circulate throughout the DMV. As we confront a global pandemic, we aim to record social responses to COVID-19 by asking how individuals and communities across the metropolitan region are responding to the crisis by building and sustaining community networks. This platform serves as a space to share, document, and reflect upon our stories.

In partnership with the Humanities Truck Project, Eric Sheptock will offer regular reports and reflections on the impact that Covid-19 is having on those experiencing homelessness in Washington, DC.

Read more about efforts to keep people experiencing homelessness safe during COVID-19 on WAMU 88.5.

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When I got back to CCNV around 4p, some of the older and handicapped men who stay on the 1st floor were sitting in the tent as the 1st floor was being professionally cleaned. I guess they’ll do the 2nd floor (women) tomorrow and the 3rd floor where men under 50 who are not disabled stay on Sunday. (Some men over 50 choose to stay on the 3rd floor.)
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