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The Ways We Must Remember: Reflecting On The Pandemic

Angela N.
Covid Memorial Project in Washington DC

This hour, how will we remember a year in this pandemic? Grief can often leave us feeling incredibly alone. Especially when haven't been able to gather and commemorate our loss. How will we memorialize the lives and time lost this year?

If you have spent anytime journaling, or reflecting on this year either alone or with family.

Later, we will hear more about Conncticut Public's new series Cutline, a monthly deep dive into current issues, ideas, and events that are most on our minds in Connecticut. 

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  • State Senator Will Haskell - represents District 26
  • Kate Mason - Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Brown University

  • Dr. Sarah Willen - Associate Professor of Anthropology at UConn, Director of the Research Program on Global Health and Human Rights

  • Jeff Cohen - News Director at Connecticut Public Radio 

To learn more about Cutline and watch any of ou

Lucy leads Connecticut Public's strategies to deeply connect and build collaborations with community-focused organizations across the state.
Tess is a senior producer for Connecticut Public news-talk show Where We Live. She enjoys hiking Connecticut's many trails and little peaks, gardening and writing in her seven journals.

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