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Communities all around the world are showing solidarity and compassion to help each other through the COVID-19 pandemic
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In Germany, LGBTI people are going online to support marginalized individuals, especially the elderly and the sick. Volunteers are encouraged to take them for walks, as long as they can keep a safe distance and wear a mask. A call chain has also been set up in order to leave no one behind. In Kenya
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Communities around the world are coming together to support each other during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Germany, LGBTI individuals are helping marginalized groups, while in Kenya, a hip hop artist is raising awareness about social inequalities. In India, people are distributing food and protective gear, and in South Africa, an alliance is working to feed those in need. The Czech Vietnamese community is sewing masks in the Czech Republic, and artists in Lebanon are cheering up medical workers. In Senegal, food kits are being distributed, and in the US, efforts are being made to support homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals. In Mexico, women are making protective gear for healthcare workers.

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  • In Germany, LGBTI people are going online to support marginalized individuals, especially the elderly and the sick. Volunteers are encouraged to take them for walks, as long as they can keep a safe distance and wear a mask. A call chain has also been set up in order to leave no one behind. In Kenya, popular hip hop artist Juliani staged an online ...

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