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‘A Sense of Normalcy’

It requires a certain degree of privilege to shelter-in-place during the global pandemic.

One must have privilege to shelter-in-place. Those with service sector, utility and health care jobs are required to be at work even if this work requires contact with the public. This is a story of one woman who is working during the virus. She is not afraid rather feels lucky.

Excerpt from a recent interview with Donica Butters. She works at a coffeeshop located inside America’s largest furniture store. That store is presently doing only online business, which dramatically impacts Donica’s sales.
Donica Butters
Photo: Nora Harris

Thanks to Donica Butters.

Music: ‘Dummy’ by David Fesliyan.

By Trevor Harris

I have worked in local public and community radio since 1990. I enjoy listening to people's stories. Collecting them seemed like a logical marriage of my love of audio gathering and preserving the stories of those around me.

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