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M.S., 19, a student in Wayne, NJ

“…I’ve kind of been enjoying quarantine […] I was just happy to finally have time to myself to rest and not have to be around people for the next few months. I love my friends but it all got way to much for me and I needed a break […] I finally got some time to myself and I can finally hear myself think again…”

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L.D., 20, a student in Palo Alto, CA

Around early March when many schools in the country were starting remote learning, many friends of mine who are international students from China were both physically and verbally assaulted (e.g. being pushed, being called names, yelled at, etc.) just because they wore a mask on the street or in the grocery store.

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Y.W.C., 23, a student in New York, NY


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