The Myth of Normalcy - by Brooke Sarden

During this time, we all have wondered about when things will return to "normal". Check out this piece written by CTC staff'er, Brooke Sarden, our Youth and Cultural Programs Director in conjunction with Civic Saturdays. Click here to check out the full broadcast. Stay well. Stay safe. The Myth of Normalcy May we never forget the questions raised in the relative quiet: What is essential? What is not? Who is essential and who is not? How dare we ask that question? How dare we ignore that question? Who are we to judge? Who better to judge than us? May our newfound sense of “us-we” become cellular memory. May the not-so-peculiar loneliness haunt us, Remind us of what’s changed Or remained woefu

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