Record of Change

For the first time in a long time, it feels like all people on Earth have something in common. An exploration of what unites us in a time of social distancing, we visit and re-visit people in Hongkong and India, Greece and Gaza, among other places.


episode 8: United States: Graduating into a Pandemic [transcript]

A Gen Zer navigates the realities of graduating from high school during COVID-19. Despite the challenges and disappointments faced, McKenzie finds the courage to make big decisions and push for change amongst all of the uncertainty that surrounds her.

This episode was recorded on September 15, 2020.

Guest McKenzie, Avon, Connecticut, USA

McKenzie is currently a Global Gap Year Fellow with UNC Chapel Hill's Campus Y. She is dedicating the year to continuing her work with social change and contributing to social justice efforts before attending UNC Chapel Hill in the fall of 2021. Outside of that work, she is most likely to be found on the beach or exploring new places.

There's one other episode with McKenzie:

  • United States: Water Cooler Conversations
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  • Prathap Nair (Associate Producer)
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An Huy Tran, Thomas Reintjes and Kecheng Fang also helped make this episode.


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