Heidi Seretan, a special education teacher, faced the challenge of working remotely this year while taking care of a young child. She leaned on family for help, and it brought unexpected joys.

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Hélène Goupil

Hélène Goupil is a former editor at Mission Local who now works independently as a videographer and editor. She's the co-author of "San Francisco: The Unknown City" (Arsenal Pulp Press).

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  1. It always amazes me to hear stories about people from San Francisco leaving their bubble and encountering people who are on the opposite side of politics than they are. Progressives from San Francisco pretend that everything they believe in is righteous and just, and that everything other people subscribe to is wrong. These progressives ignore the failures of policies they support, and chastise anyone not in agreement with them. It is becoming more apparent with Joe Biden & Kamala Harris in office that progressives may in fact be incorrect sometimes, and their party is not any better than Republicans. The part that irks me the most is when progressives / liberals / Democrats don’t respect someone for having different views than they do. Is everyone in the world supposed to believe the same thing? Why does there seem to be a lack of respect of other people’s opinions coming from smug liberals? The same people that want laws about bullying in school are the ones doing the bullying as grown-ups

    1. You can press play above (on the picture of Heidi and her father) and watch the story.