I'm not the only millennial whose future has been suddenly put into deep freeze by the virus.
At STAR House, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson created a sanctuary for houseless trans girls in the 1970s. Today, Mariah Lopez hopes to uphold their legacy.
The next couple of years could be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to buy a first home for the lucky people who still have jobs.
“The letting agents are still showing the room to new potential tenants, letting strangers into our house.”
I've done everything in my power to change her situation, but you can't force someone to make the right decisions.
Employees say they aren't allowed to take days off and aren't given protective equipment even while working in spaces where the coronavirus is likely to spread.
Woke but broke independent hustlers in Mumbai facing job losses and pay cuts are fighting landlords threatening eviction, but this rent holiday could have long-lasting effects on the economy.
“This is disgusting. Everyone feeling sorry for the tenants. No one mention the hardship of the landlords... We should start a petition for our rights."
Depressing or inspiring? You decide!
It's only the first week of the lockdown and things are starting to get weird.
With homelessness services shutting down or cutting back access, rough sleepers in the UK are struggling to cope with the spread of coronavirus.
As public spaces like libraries close, life has become unimaginably hard for those without housing.