Monthly Archives: April 2021

Is it only gays that remember?: The AIDS crisis and COVID-19

“COVID-19 and AIDS: NYC Gays See Parallels, Contrasts” was the headline that ran on U.S. News on April, 11 2020. Reading this, researcher Jaime García-Iglesias’ immediate reaction was to wonder: was it  only gays who remembered AIDS? How could the population at large not remember a crisis that was so devastating? In his first article for The Order, Jamie will try to answer the questions: who remembers, and equally important, who gets to be remembered? 

April 26, 2021 | Blog

A Guide To FEMA’s Covid-19 Funeral Assistance Program

Starting April 12, 2021 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be providing funds to cover the funeral expenses of families who’ve lost a loved one to COVID-19 in the U.S. Here’s your guide to who qualifies, what documents you’ll need, how to apply, and more. 

April 12, 2021 | Blog