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Community-led food pantries were essential for the survival of many facing job loss and supply shortages.

Many students participated in efforts to distribute food and supplies to those in their communities who needed them most.

One student drew upon strength from his faith and from his church community to get by during the pandemic.

Despite the looming threat of resource scarcity, community members stepped up to provide much needed goods to those around them.

Discusses topics such as racism and xenophobia, support from People of Color, and the pandemic’s effects on Pacific Islander communities.

The disappointment of graduating without a commencement ceremony to invite family and community supporters weighed heavily on this first-generation student.
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