Stacey Milbern never imagined she'd be making large batches of hand sanitizer in her kitchen. But as the coronavirus hit the Bay Area and world, she and four other volunteers – all of whom identify as disabled queer people of color – have produced nearly 100 anti-coronavirus kits, and are distributing them to people living in homeless encampments. What's more extraordinary is that Milbern herself is in a high-risk category. Recently diagnosed with kidney cancer, her surgery got rescheduled due to shelter-in-place orders. But her spirit underscores her community goodwlll: "Really, what it takes to flatten the curve is collective action and collective commitment. Interdependence is going to be what saves us, and Covid-19 is the extreme example of this."

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