COVID-19 Stories: Buck, Brenda
2020-08-11 (Creation date: 2020-07-13)
- Main contributor
Tyler Davis interviews Brenda Buck, a custodian at Indiana University South Bend and officer in AFSCME (American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees) Council 962. This oral history was conducted through COVID-19 Stories, an oral history project seeking to document the experiences of members of the Indiana University South Bend community and residents of the River Park neighborhood (where the majority of the IU South Bend campus is located). Oral history narrators were asked to talk about their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic starting in the spring of 2020, including the pandemic's impact on their home and work lives. They were also welcome to talk about their relationship to social and racial justice protest movements in the wake of the death of George Floyd in May 2020.
COVID-19 (Disease); State universities and colleges; Building-service employees
- Time period
South Bend, Indiana
IU South Bend Archives
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online resource (1 video file (40 min.)) : sound, color
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