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This interview was conducted as part of the Fall 2020 HIS3600, Professionalizing History Majors, class. Conner McGowan interviews Jonzelle Belle, a 30-year-old senior student that studies Social Science, via Zoom about the impact of COVID-19 on her life. Belle talks about the difficulty she experienced because she is a full-time student, runs her own business, and raises her son, who has autism. The COVID-19 pandemic made these responsibilities much more difficult, and Belle speaks about how important the aid she received was for her. She also speaks about protests and how the Black Lives Matter Movement relates to her during the pandemic. Given all this, she also focuses on how uncertain she has felt over the past few months.
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University of Central Florida.; University of Central Florida. Department of History; COVID-19 (Disease); University of Central Florida – Students; African Americans -- Civil rights; African Americans -- Florida – Orlando; COVID-19 (Disease)--Economic aspects--United States.; Motherhood; COVID-19 (Disease)—Disability aspects.
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Place of Birth
West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
McGowan, Conner Thomas, "Jonzelle Bell Interview" (2020). UCF COVID-19 Memory Project Interviews. 31.