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Talking with classmate about his experience during the years 2020 and 2021
An interview with my father in 2020 looking back on a better or worse life.
I, Grant Peterson, am speaking with my mother, Betsy Peterson, in this interview about preparedness for climate emergencies.
A tiny portion of what I have to say about the Covid-19 pandemic
Azarias Reyes talks to Angelo Barrales about his early childhood and the struggles that he faced throughout his life, as well as how he is doing during this pandemic.
I discuss the impact of the climate change crisis with my friend, Riley. He lives in a community that has not done much with the issue.
Dawn & Grace talk about how planning and friendly neighbors are helpful in the face of the climate emergency.
In this interview, I talked with my dad about how he’s trying to prepare for the event of a climate emergency, what ways I can too on campus, and what the plan is if an emergency happens. He also recommends...
We discussed the outlook of our world in the next few years and how previous experiences have shaped our views.
Janet and Lydia discuss climate preparedness when it comes to drought, flooding, and disease outbreaks.
I interviewed my cousin who moved back to the suburbs of Chicago. She talks about her personal experience with climate/ weather extremities, especially with the cold since she lives near Lake Michigan. She provides insight on what her town does...
In this video, my friend and I discuss the potentiality of a climate emergency. In addition, we talk about the upcoming disease, COVID-19, and the implications of it. Also, we address the concerns of a climate-related emergency
My older cousin and I’s conversation about random topics, this year’s events, and his transition into the military.
Jahna & I discuss what she’s known about local foods from both her own experiences as well as a few family members. She also expresses the impact local food has had on her growing up.
We're talking in Stephanie's apartment about preparedness stories the Saturday after U-M announcements regarding COVID-19. What can we learn from our relatives and previous experience? What privileges do we have because of our socioeconomic status?
Grace taking about her experience with local food through foraging, farmers markets, and bologna sandwiches.
We discussed what makes good local, the difficulties associated with local food, and how we can integrate greater accessibility in the future.
Scott talks about his relationship to local food. He breaks down why the industrialized food distribution system is not sustainable, his experience working with his dad to create an environmentally-friendly small farm in Canada, and why the United States needs...
My niece, Kendall, took a half hour out of her busy #StayHome schedule to tell me about 2020 from a kid's perspective. We talk COVID-19, distance learning, and keeping body, mind, and feelings healthy.
Dusty Matthews (53) and Gina Hollis (71) discuss living in Leesburg, Florida in 2020. Dusty works at the Leesburg (Florida) Public Library and Gina is an author. The library's annual Literary Arts Festival was canceled this year due to the...
A brief discussion about potential distruptions in the event of a climate disaster
I talk with my great aunt Annie about her life growing up, her young adult life, and life in 2020. We discuss the hardships she's faced growing up, her thoughts in today's politics and more.
In this interview, we touched on experiences with racism Ms.Wright-Lewis encountered as a young black girl growing up in Atlanta, how the summer of 2020, with regards to the increase in racially-motivated police brutality, has affected her and her family,...