“Coronarratives” – Messaging in the time of COVID-19
Whether you are a non-partisan activist, part of a local LGBTQ + movement, or simply a socially engaged individual, adjusting your communication to the COVID-19 is surely a challenge to you.
This is why we have compiled a few resources to help you prompt your own thinking, and make the right decisions about how you frame the COIV-19 crisis.
Anthony Torres focuses on the frame of interdependency: Our destinies are all intertwined and only by working together can we overcome the crisis. This frame is very much inspired by the environmental narrative.
You can access Anthony’s messaging guidance HERE.
Anat Shenker-Osorio, communication expert, complements this frame with a more political frame that the stipulates that the fight against the virus must encompass fighting against those who send us misinformation, try to profit from the crisis and strive to maintain the status quo by bringing unrest, fueling deeply-rooted stereotypes and prejudices…
You can access more of her work HERE.
The Opportunity Agenda, an inspiring social justice communication lab, has issued recently messaging resources on COVID-19.
The social justice narrative that they develop focuses on race-class disparities in infection, as social and economic statuses make some people more at risk than others.
COVID-19 related messaging resources from OA might be found HERE.