Interdependence- Carter Gallahue

Some of the most basic choices I make every day that affect others is putting on a mask when I step out of my house, getting groceries, and buying gas.

After the interdependence workshop, I reflected on how dependent I am on my community to sustain my day-to-day life. I definitely see myself as a product of interdependence because I have always relied on other industries/people for my most basic needs such as food, water, clothing, etc.

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