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How would you sum up 2020 in one particular phrase?

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Chrissie: In 1 phrase?

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Storm: [gives a little laugh]

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to start with believed is s***show, but obviously I cannot say that.

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Chrissie [gives a look of incredulity]

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Storm: A single term is “change.”

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Tamon: The word that I would decide on would be “courage.”

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Chrissie: “Testing.”

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Storm: And why did I select the term “change”?

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Honestly, the entire world and the men and women, including myself, we’re not the identical

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in the final couple of months and not even from a 12 months back.

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Our voices now are starting to be much more listened to and louder, and the accountability is bigger.

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Chrissie: Testing of yourself, of your resilience,

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of the pressure that you put on one particular one more, and then exhibiting up and delivering upon your guarantees.

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Tamon: When you imagine

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about firms, each big and smaller, there was courageous steps that people today had to choose

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on all fronts, sacrificing get the job done, laying people off, creating truly, truly complicated

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decisions. I feel it took a ton of courage from a great deal of people today to do what was right

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for the wellness and safety of us as a society, but then also to do what is proper by your family members.

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Storm: In many cases the stories with

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men and women with incapacity, in conditions of representation and inclusiveness, it comes from the lens of

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fully abled and non-disabled people who are writing the stories about us. And it really is time

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for us to reclaim our personal tales and, and convey that in promoting and tv and media and

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engineering and in various industries, because the world is continuing to evolve as we know it.

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Chrissie: This has been a calendar year that has analyzed

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companies, that has analyzed procedures, that has tested your individual level of grit.

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And it has been challenging and it will continue on to be difficult.

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Tamon: It was a 12 months that

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took a ton of bravery from, truly, everybody to band jointly and do what wanted to be done.