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- Coronavirus Pandemic 52
- COVID-19 (Corona Virus) 15
- Coronavirus 12
- StoryCorps Connect 12
- collective memory 9
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- Watertown Free Public Library 9
- Town of Watertown 3
- Brigham House 2
- Bigelow Senior Center 1
- Bishop Seabury Academy 1
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Chaerin Sung asks Sally Shapiro questions related to the coronavirus. She shares her experience living in a pandemic.
"I am a strong believer that health care is a right, an entitlement... I am hoping that on that front that we, globally and in our country, will come to realize because [of COVID-19] that health care is a human...
"Tell people that you love them, and bring a book." Joshua Parker is a Librarian at Harvard University and a substitute Librarian for the Watertown Free Public Library. He talks about the fabric of his Watertown Community and how he...
"I miss the residents [of Brigham House] terribly... I occasionally have looked on the Boston Globe obituaries to see if they are all okay because assisted living homes have been hit terribly." Watertown Resident Ruth Rappaport talks about how both...
Risa Harms (Early Forties) talks to Daniel Chuang (16) about her cousin, a healthy marathon runner who passed away to coronavirus.
This is an interview with my father, a medical doctor working during the covid 19 pandemic.
Claire Hughes: 2020-07-09 14:50:42 Claire talks with her co-worker Emma about how she's coping with at-home work and life during coronavirus epidemic.
Friends Nikki Stewart (38) and Jerrell Cox (36) share a conversation about new jobs, the Black Lives Matter movement and social justice, and the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.
This interview is a part of the series of stories in the course Applied Journalism Seminar at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Lynda Law Wilson (age 71) interviewed her granddaughter, Helen Casiday (age 20) about important life lessons that Helen has learned, and also about her experience with the Coronavirus pandemic.
"I am concerned that when I get back to teaching seniors, that I will see deaths; I am afraid some of them are going to die - not just from the disease, but from the loneliness that comes from isolation......
"We walked out of school on Thursday March 12th, thinking we would be gone just for a weekend – only being still out of school… how do we keep changing this model, day to day, hour to hour?” Stacy Phelan,...
Carrie interviews her sister, Cindy, about her decision to pursue medicine and her experiences as a healthcare worker for a month in Kenya. Cindy also details her thoughts on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our healthcare system.
Friends Karen Krolak (49) and Nicole Harris (40) discuss Nicole's self-designed artist residency, Busy is the New Black, and the lessons that Nicole learned from the project.
This conversation features Michael Kugelman, the Deputy Director of the Asia Program and Senior Associate for South Asia at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars and Sanjana Kothary, a Psychology and South Asian Studies major at Wellesley College. Sanjana...
We chatted today about how the Coronavirus has affected us as a family. We created this recording via phone to ensure social distance practices. We have not visited with my parents since March 7th, and the outbreak really started to...
Stanley Diep (18) talks with his friend, Justin Capriotti (18) about our childhood and also how things are going in the current pandemic.
Lexi Surbaugh: 2021-01-06 02:44:12 Lexi Surbaugh (13) and her father, Steve Surbaugh (48) talk about his life and how it's been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh (39) has a conversation with her colleague, Dr. Kimiya Amjadi (54), about how they have mobilized during the pandemic to provide mental health resources for healthcare workers through the Caring for Our Caregivers Initiative.
Beth Moeller: 2020-09-11 15:18:03 Sandra Ann Nolfo, president of the Friends of the Bigelow Senior Center in Fairfield, shares her battles with two timely topics we are now wrestling with as a nation: prejudice and the coronavirus. Listen for tips...
Three High School juniors converse about how they have adapted to socially distant school and contact with friends during the 2020 pandemic.
Santana Lee [no age given] has a conversation with her mentee David Easterly [no age given] about how COVID-19 affected their community, the recent Black Lives Matter protests, and the positive side of the pandemic.
Dionne Jacques (53) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Hy-Deia Walker (27), about how they first became friends, their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic, and what led them to found a cooperative organization together.
Izalynel Mirabal: 2020-12-19 23:25:50