Alessia has an out of body shopping trip, full of sound and fury.
As local sentiment becomes foul towards foreigners in her neighborhood, Josette enjoys chocolate cake.
Skye looks inward, dreaming and searching for wisdom, magick, and the way forward.
As San Diego opens up, Kait shuts down, taking time to process some terrible news.
Aliker P’ Ocitti goes on Gulu’s biggest radio talkshow to advocate for the rights of prostitutes to receive food aid during the lockdown.
Alessia gets out of the house and rediscovers the wild beauty of the Alps.
Dr. Bromage gives some very helpful information on how to reopen safely, and how to manage your risks.
Dara checks in; what is really important to you? Can you handle the peace and quiet, or is it an anxiety rollercoaster?
Kai continues to cope with loosening restrictions in China, an anxious astronaut, standing guard and vigilant.
Rhett challenges a popular catchphrase while encouraging us to cultivate better seamen.
Dara enjoys a digital mother’s day party, some drumming and a quiet mother’s day for 2020.
Kai wakes up rejuvenated and feeling full, and decides it’s safe to teach mask off.
Alessia enjoys some of the perks of a Phase 2 reopening in Italy, but still avoids the crowded parks and hugs from mom.
Kai hits an emotional rock bottom, crashes hard, but, being made of rubber, eventually bounces back.
Josette celebrates her birthday in quarantine, proving an extravert DJ can enjoy a … zoom cake party!
Sarah struggles, a stranger in a strange land during a humid holiday, while her wish for a family reunion might come true.
MC ZULU gets real tough with catchphrases, propaganda, supplies chains, and the real chickens.
As disparate states explore different approaches to reopening, Kait ponders how we could be better.
As the locked-down city of Kampala faces poverty, strife, and looming chaos, David finds a long way home, to Gulu.
Jorah Kai goes back to work and China is back to normal, while the world that scoffed at their warnings and masks gets angrier.
Social distancing, proper hygiene, that’s stellar, but what really works in China, Singapore, South Korea, and the Czech Republic is that everyone, every single person, wears a mask when they’re outside their home. Every one, every time. https://masks4all.co/
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