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Brian McCann and Tom Costales with their dogs Muuki and Harper Lee. Courtesy of Brian McCann

COVID-19: Its Journey Since December 2019: A look at reported specs and a firsthand account from a N.C. gay couple

David Aaron Moore September 4, 2020 North Carolina residents and married couple Brian McCann and Tom Costales know first-hand how devastating the impact of COVID-19 can truly be. Both men became infected and extremely ill, were hospitalized, fought the illness and have lived to tell their stories. Initially it was…
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HIV meds tested against COVID-19

Focus on microscope with metal lens for experiments, educational demonstrations in clinical laboratories. Medicine researching concept. Blurred background Mykah Buff April 17, 2020 With more than hundreds of thousands of confirmed cases, the coronavirus (SARS-COV-2) continues spreading across the globe at an alarming rate. In an effort to find a…
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Big Impact with a Small Footprint: Veterans Project Is Building Community While Fighting Homelessness

Site of Veterans Community Project, Longmont, Colo. (Photo Credit: Chris Rudisill) By Chris Rudisill FEBRUARY 7, 2020 In the last issue of qnotes, we looked at the Beloved Community Village in Denver, a tiny home village that provides transformational housing for people experiencing homelessness. Our trip out west also took us to…
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Big Impact with a Small Footprint

By Chris Rudisill JANUARY 24, 2020  Freddie Martin, someone who is classified as ‘housing insecure,’ calls Beloved Community Village home as he works toward finishing his degree at Metro State University. (Photo Credit: Chris Rudisill) Freddie Martin, a student of history and anthropology, talks to me outside his home in…
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