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Dominicans and Disease Exhibit
Dominicans and Disease: Covid-19 Arrives in New York
Dominicans and Disease

Curated by Christopher Allison and Katelyn Kuchler

Dominicans were dogged by disease, but they dove into high-risk communities to combat it. Sometimes it broke them. Sometimes it killed them. Sometimes they were the only ones serving communities on the edge of survival. This exhibition looks at how the Dominican family has faced disease in the American past and their modern efforts in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dominicans and Disease is available in person at Dominican University, at other Dominican institutions across the country, and online.

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