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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Michelle Garcia

Michelle Garcia is an activist who has cerebral palsy and cares for her bedridden husband.

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Duration: 00:04:19

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Dameka Edwards-Hart and Ashley Edwards

Sisters Dameka and Ashley lost their father to coronavirus weeks after Dameka's birthday.

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Duration: 00:06:44

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Che Chapple

Coronavirus has truck driver Che worried for his health and his family's situation.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:39

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Making Sense of the Census - English

What the 2020 Census all about

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Duration: 00:03:25

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Will Duncan

Will Duncan had a creative response to help his employees in the age of coronavirus.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:39

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Theaster Gates

Artist Theaster Gates has teamed up with fashion designers to produce protective masks.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:06

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Sherry Boswell

Sherry's mom has Alzheimer's but their encounter through glass keeps the memory alive.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:32

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Nancy Arcadio

Coronavirus has given Nancy Arcadio's struggling family business a second life.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:58

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Jennifer Schaff

Excitement turned to fear with the spread of coronavirus for a pregnant Jennifer Schaff.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:56

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Lori Cannon

Lori uses networks established 30 years ago to serve Chicagoans affected by coronavirus.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:51

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Tina Renaldi

In this documentary series, WTTW explores the personal, firsthand perspectives of people whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus in Chicago. Meet Tina Renaldi, who is homeless and living on a subterranean downtown sidewalk. As the Governor of Illinois issues a “stay-at-home” order, she wonders how she is going to survive now that resources have disappeared.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:38

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Sammy Dattulo

Sammy Datulo knows handling garbage puts him at risk, but his job is as important as ever.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:15

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Fr. Stephen Kanonik

In this documentary series, WTTW explores the personal, firsthand perspectives of people whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus in Chicago. On any given Sunday, Fr Stephen Kanonik, a priest at St. Ben's Parish, delivers Mass to as many as 1,200 parishioners. With the stay-at-home order, he finds himself alone and searching for new ways to bring together his scattered flock.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:45

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Eric Kwok

Eric Kwok is fighting to save Chicago's Chinatown through his food services company.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:14

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Making Sense of the Census - Spanish

What the 2020 Census all about

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:33

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Jahmal Cole

In this documentary series, WTTW explores the personal, firsthand perspectives of people whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus in Chicago. Meet activist Jamal Cole. When he sees people in need, he takes action. As a public health crisis descends on Chicago, it’s clear that plenty of people are hurting. What does he do?

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:05:10

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Falguni Dave

In this documentary series, WTTW explores the personal, firsthand perspectives of people whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus in Chicago. It is Nurse Falguni Dave’s first day working on a COVID-19 unit. She is exhausted from working a 12 hour shift and worried about becoming infected. But her biggest challenge is the isolation.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:50

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FIRSTHAND: Coronavirus – Trailer

A new WTTW digital series focusing on the personal, firsthand perspectives of people whose lives have been upended by the coronavirus in Chicago

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Duration: 00:00:30

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Redneck Fishing Tournament

In a small village more than 200 miles southwest of Chicago, there's an annual competition to catch a flying invasive fish species

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Duration: 00:06:17

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WTTW: Stonewall Art

A new exhibition surveying 50 years of queer art challenges the popular narrative of the gay liberation movement.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:33

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Zero Waste

Zero-Waste Advocate Shares Strategies for Reducing Trash

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Duration: 00:04:44

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Medical Marijuana - "Feel No Pain"

Marijuana is marketed as a medicine; WTTW News explores the plants' promise, and pitfalls.

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Duration: 00:05:25

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Boss - Mielle

The founder of Mielle Organics, a hair-care company for African-American women, shares how she started her company.

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Duration: 00:04:02

Station:WTTW