Throughout the last few months of 2019, stories of a new and deadly virus were on every news channel around the world. Many Americans saw it as foreign news, others worried about the virus’ spread, and some felt that it would be contained quickly never making it past the Atlantic or Pacific. By March of 2020, COVID-19 made its way to the United States, forcing a new normal of quarantining, remote-learning/teaching, and teleworking. Graduate students and educators of Professional Opportunities Supporting Scholarly Engagement (POSSE), a College of Education program focused on research and contributing to the educational field of discourse, came together with a notion and a desire to provide support during this challenging time. Using a Google form questionnaire, POSSE reached out to as many people throughout the United States and the world to share their experiences with the changes, good and bad, over the past year.
Villanueva, Sara Abi; Daub, Alexandra C.; and Martinez, Alejandra Y.
"Listen to the Voices: A Reflection on How 2020 and COVID-19 Have Affected Lives,"
Journal of Multicultural Affairs: Vol. 6:
2, Article 20.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jma/vol6/iss2/20
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