When our group went to
We started out going to a hair salon. The ladies that worked there were eager to talk about their business, all while the construction workers were drilling away outside. After interviewing the store owner and another associate, a customer who was getting her hair done decided she couldn’t hold her thoughts in anymore. She felt as though the city should be doing more to notify the residents and store owners, so that they can plan ways to get around better. The women in the first store were so friendly and helpful that we immediately were optimistic about our project.
We ventured down the road and got to The Reunion Store. When we asked to interview them about the construction the owner said “how deep do you really want to get into it?” I replied, “Well, we’d love to hear any and all of your thoughts.” We ended up interviewing another associate instead of him because he didn’t want to go on camera, but he gave us a bunch of information on what is really happening in
The next man we interviewed was just as helpful and willing to speak with us. Overall we found the people there caring and accommodating. Never did we feel uninvited, and I hope it stays that way throughout the semester.
Group 2, Germantown, Amanda Hill, Erika Ransom, and Steven Urgo