WHAT DOES A COVID-19 DOULA DO?
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The What Does a COVID-19 Doula Do? zine is a snapshot of a time from the WHAT WOULD AN HIV DOULA DO? (WWHIVDD) community, responding in words, actions and images to the unfolding, unprecedented, global crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first half of the zine is rooted in the exhibition, Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism curated by WWHIVDD for the ONE Archives Foundation. The second half are responses from our Metanoia and WWHIVDD communities responding to the prompt: What Does a COVID-19 Doula Do? Many of the entries were submitted during the second week of March as people in the US were finally waking up to the emergency. We hope that the zine informs, soothes, activates, and inspires.
This zine project grew out of the exhibition Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism, organized by the ONE Archives Foundation and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center New York; and curated by Katherine Cheairs, Alexandra Juhasz, Theodore (ted) Kerr, and Jawanza Williams for What Would an HIV Doula Do? (WWHIVDD).
The zine project is funded by the ONE Archives Foundation as part of the exhibition Metanoia: Transformation Through AIDS Archives and Activism.