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L.D., 53, a doctor in Murrieta, CA

“My mom would tell us at dinner that a lot of people were scared but pain was a motivator to come into the office.  The quarantine was stressful for everyone, but I was proud of my mom, because of her resilience to the diversity she was facing every day.”

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V.M., 27, a community specialist in Davis, CA

“My life in quarantine is…well, not many words can accurately describe it to be very honest. I’ve experienced re-entering my trauma, a break-up, family passing, etc. From each moment that I experienced, I hope to write about it so I can heal and for you, the reader, to dive into my experiences…”

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