COVID Stories PGH is a research and story-gathering project of the Metro-Urban Institute at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. With the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation, we are studying and documenting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the African American and Latinx communities of Pittsburgh, and providing support to nonprofits that serve them.
HEAR FROM COMMUNITY LEADERS
COVID has revealed the realities and inequities of everyday life across our city neighborhoods, as well as the creativity and strengths of neighborhood organizations. Click on the video to the right to see and hear these stories.
LEARN MORE ABOUT RACE AND COVID
As the pandemic continues, researchers are finding that COVID’s impact has been especially hard on Black and Latinx communities in Pittsburgh and across the country. Click here to learn more about the dual impact of COVID and race on the basics of life: access to food, health care, learning, and work.
SHARE YOUR STORY
We are documenting the ways that COVID has affected our communities so its impact isn’t forgotten. Will you share your experience of COVID’s impact on you and your community? Click here to take our survey and share what you’ve seen.
OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Our research partners have deep roots in nonprofit and faith-based work in Pittsburgh's African American and Latinx communities. Learn more about them and the work they do.