Interpersonal and Structural Violence in the Wake of COVID-19

This article explores the interpersonal and structural violence that may take place in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic; it explains the various social forces that drive neighborhood-level vulnerability to violence, the parallels in history with social inequality, racism, and militarism, and what can be done to address the COVID-19 pandemic and influx of violence in vulnerable communities.

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