Some people got superstitious about "I always put on my gloves in this order." The people who put together our show today includes Bim Adewunmi, Susan Burton, Ben Calhoun, Dana Chivvis, Sean Cole, Aviva DeKornfeld, Hilary Elkins, Noor Gill, Damien Graef, Michelle Harris, Lina Misitzis, Stowe Nelson, and Katharine Mae Mondo, Lisa Pollock, Nadia Reiman, Brian Reed, Robyn Semien, Christopher Swetala, and Matt Tierney. Now he felt like he was seeing too many situations that were neither. So he really didn't know that his mom was sick, basically? Everybody has a story about Marlowe, and Marlowe seemed to know everybody who was trying to make life better for Black Detroit. And when I seen him, he looked different in a good way. Please check the corresponding audio before quoting in print. So I need to make some adjustments--. So I asked the nurse, and I'm like, is my dad awake? It's like, what are we doing here? You might have to do this as many as two dozen or more times every single shift. The staff found this out by accident. You're downloading podcasts for goodness' sake. This is April 30, 2020. I had my mask on. People keep giving them to me. Download; Share a clip; Transcript; Jamiel Law. She has deep ties to the city now, and a deep awareness of what the virus has done to Black people there. Aaron Foley. Once I got him in that car, it felt like it didn't happen. I had the privilege of being invited by Justin Kimpson at the Ford Resource and Engagement Center-- shout out to Justin-- over on the East Side to facilitate a conversation between the community and the Detroit Police Department. At its height, more than 500 DPD employees were quarantined to contain the spread-- about 1/5 of the force. So he got me to open up. I was just looking at them, crying. But, you know, I had said similar things. The first time I talked to Evan, I asked how he was holding up. Pod Four was the front line in the hospital's COVID-19 effort. I should say, before we go any further, that, of course, this past week, COVID-19 cases across the … They both built their careers in Detroit, dedicated to Detroit. He was still not conscious. Sarah stands out the most. And so not to-- I don't want to instill that, like, oh my god, they're getting better, because they're still so crazy sick. And I remember that another doctor came in, and he told me that my heart was beating really fast and my blood pressure was really, really high. This was one of the first times Henry Ford used it with COVID patients. Specialists who'd been assigned to COVID ICUs go back to their normal jobs. It's like, well, where are you going to get the referee? People tossing words out into the world impulsively, to ignite and burn over decades. Which means that maybe more than any single person in the hospital, she knows best what the staff has been going through at every stage of this pandemic. These patients-- any patients-- are why we go to work in the morning. There would have been a host of people reaching out to him. And you could tell that just by how fast she was breathing. Hey there, Miki. Evan was used to helping patients get better, or giving them a dignified death.
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