COVID-19 Made Us Stronger by Max Bieber
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This texteo was by Max Bieber as his class project for Pandemic Media for LFYT 2022 at Brooklyn College.
The pandemic, despite its destructive nature around the world, made us as human beings stronger, and more resilient and served as a big wake-up call for many.
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