Personal Perception

  • Graham Hetrick – Dauphin County Coroner
    • 00:40:25-00:42:55
      Personal experience with addiction, specifically nicotine. "We're only one step away from being addicts ourselves and some of us are addicts in areas that just aren't as lethal as opioids."
    • 00:58:33-00:59:00
      Heroin effect on families. Personal connection.
    • 01:10:58-01:14:45
      Story on subconcience fault acceptance. Heroin addict, Nelson accepts his addiction was his fault.
  • Chira Kowalski – Kensington Librarian
    • 00:04:34-00:06:28
      Did you want to be placed in Kensington?
    • 00:07:35-00:12:26
      How did the opioid epidemic effect your experience working at the library? The opioid issue grew from distracted needles to hearing sirens everyday to an issue that felt like an all time high. "There were days you'd be on the phone all day with 911"
    • 00:12:26-00:14:24
      Why do you think the issue changed from when you first started to your return after seeing your dad? "For me it was always there, it was an everyday thing in my life"
    • 00:14:24-00:16:48
      Did you know what you were getting into from when it got bad in 2016?
    • 00:21:16-00:24:08
      Visual explanation of what it's like to watch someone overdose from experience. (Trailer moments)
    • 00:26:40-00:33:24
      The effect of stigma to the opioid epidemic. (Trailer moments)
    • 00:36:45-00:43:00
      Kensington a history. Opioid history.
    • 00:43:00-00:45:00
      Why is the opioid issue getting acceptable to talk about over the last couple of years? A: Because its not just effecting urban cultures anymore.
    • 00:45:00-00:46:33
      Is this the what makes opioid issue different from the crack epidemic?
    • 00:46:33-00:49:46
      Insight on the effect of the opioid epidemic effecting Philadelphia and Pennsylvania as a whole? did yo see it signs similar to what you saw in Kensington? 00:49:37: How many people have you revived? A: 6
    • 00:49:46-00:52:00
      Do the lives that you save make it worth it? Awareness is growing amongst libraries. More people are being trained.
  • Dan & George – Pharma Professors – University of Sciences
    • 00:04:40-00:05:47
      George's experience working in the task force.
    • 00:25:46-00:30:14
      Major things currently fueling the epidemic.
    • 01:09:09-01:13:28
      Final Remarks.
  • Kensington
    • 00:37:35-00:43:52
      Encampment visit. Interview 2. Primary angle. Discussion: Personal drug history. Available resources. VERY good interview.
    • 00:47:23-00:55:30
      Encampment visit. Interview 3. Primary angle. Discussion: Walkthrough of the literal current setting. Available resources. Personal investment. What gives you hope during this epidemic. Personal investment.