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2020-10-16A journal of a Starbucks employee working during the pandemic. Describes the ways in which the company provided in ways adequate and not. Six weeks of paid stay-at-home that spiraled into depression, and the mounting stress from working with the public, and the pressure to open space for customers to stay in store.
2020-05-12My uncle owns a small business with a few employees, its a small convenience store that he opened within the last year covid 19 has caused him to lose many of his workers and have to almost shut down his business. The Pandemic has caused millions of other businesses to have to lose workers or go bankrupt, COVID19 is a serious issue that needs to be treated as such or we will lose close to half of our workforce. Unfortunately many americans are not taking the virus as seriously as they should causing the virus to stay longer out of businesses and without a steady flow of income
2020-05-12millions of americans are losing jobs as small businesses employ 47% of the work force and many business owners are losing their livelihoods
2020-06-01Students in Dr. Michael J. Kramer's Digital Methods for Historical Projects seminar at SUNY Brockport share stories about one object from the spring of 2020 during the Covid-19 Pandemic, https://brockportkramer.com/covid19/. Alan Gowans—Getting Past Personal and Public Anxieties Carson Werner—The Day Baseball Stood Still Cecil Frazier—Double Standards Gilberto Diaz III—Memes of COVID-19 Education Jared Rosenberg—Diary From a Mini-tunnel Joe Lasky—The Twitch and the Rosary Jordan Aviles—Music and Other Necessary Items Joseph Massaro—Music as an Escape From (and Turn to) the New Abnormal Leslie Hoag—TikTok-ing History Connections Nate Mundt—Recognizing First Responders Ryan Gibbs—Am I Doing It Right? Samantha Symonds—Saving Lives or Saving the Economy? Sebastian Phipps—Living In a Twenty-First Century Pandemic Steven Willard—Brutal and Grim Realizations Will Secules—Bringing The Office Home