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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