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Collected Item: ““Life in the Time of Covid19 in a Hyper-Super-Gentrified Neighborhood: Making Things Visible””

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“Life in the Time of Covid19 in a Hyper-Super-Gentrified Neighborhood: Making Things Visible”

Tell us a story; share your experience. Or describe the item you are submitting. What does the object or story you've uploaded say about the pandemic, and/or why is it important to you?

What did my neighborhood looked like during the first phase of the New York State lockdown. How my neighbors responded to the crisis

What sort of object is this: text story, photograph, screenshot, drawing, meme, etc.? And where did you find it?

A visually enhanced essay

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Yes

Name of the item creator, unless anonymous

Jerome Krase

Please enter a url associated with this item, if relevant.

https://conference-city.euasu.org/life-in-the-time-of-covid19-in-a-hyper-super-gentrified-neighborhood-making-things-visible/

Use tags (separated by commas) to describe your story or documents. For example: Does it relate to a particular neighborhood? Does it relate to a particular aspect of the pandemic: school, work, family, hospital.

Park Slope, Neighbors, Lockdown, Activities,

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2020-03-17

What is your affiliation, if any, with Brooklyn College? (e.g. Junior undergrad majoring in history; faculty in the English Dept; human resources staff member; alumni; community member; Brooklyn resident; etc.)

Sociology Department, Emeritus and Murray Koppelman Professor

If what you are submitting was created as part of a Brooklyn College class, please indicate the course code (i.e., ENG1010) semester, and professor:

no class

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