2020-04-01Description written by curator: Grant Gilmore, of Ohio, conducts an oral interview with Alan Geiger of Florida. In the 35 minute interview they discuss numerous topics about the covid-19 virus including news coverage, politics, China, grocery shopping, obtaining prescriptions, spring break, snowbirds, gardening, fishing, amusement parks, homeschooling, church, quarantine, shelter at home, delivery, take out, "stupid people", and being prepared.
2020-05-20I think the pandemic just gave us a lot of time to do things we missed, and I know a lot of people have been having bizarre dreams/nightmares so I thought it would be interesting to one day look back on this period of time through my imagination.
2020-06-03The Bronx Covid-19 Project is an initiative of the Bronx African American History Project, one of the largest and most respected community based oral history initiatives in the United States. The goal is to capture the voices of Bronx residents, in audio and video form, about how their families, communities and workplaces have been affected by the Global Pandemic which has spread through the Bronx with deadly force
Interview with Kris about Being a Senior in High School and Experiencing Distance Graduation During COVID-19Interview of recent high graduate Kris McDaniel of Blanchard, Oklahoma by Clinton P. Roberts on 05/27/2020. Kris speaks about changes to his senior year of high school and the unique ways his rural town created a drive-through graduation ceremony due to COVID-19. Kris also speaks generally on what it was like to be a young person in high school, missing key moments due to the pandemic, and what he wants future people to know about this experience in this rural community. Submitted for the #ruralvoices collection. Contributed by Clinton P. Roberts, curatorial intern for Arizona State University, HST 580. #HST580 #ASU