Daniel and Henry talk about Daniel’s work in a restaurant, and the need for more POC businesses in Duluth.
This scenario jumps across three topics: what they are doing on their day off; Henry finding an out of the way Filipino restaurant and the goal of supporting small POC businesses. The final topic shift is a large one. Henry reveals that he was approached a few days before by a man who had the intention of assaulting him. What he did and what we assume regarding the possible race of the person open up interesting topics for schema and discussion as interpreters.
This is a good video to practice a slow paced interactive source. There is an opportunity to self-assess your production of repeated information to see how that affects your work.
The interactive videos in this series were created in partnership during the Graduation to Certification program through a collaboration between the CATIE Center and the Duluth Branch of the NAACP. These unscripted conversations were interpreted by novice interpreters in the GTC program and the video was edited to the best of our ability to remove the interpretation to create practice material. There may be some legacies of the original interpretation such as repetition due to the original interpreter asking for clarification or sometimes all of the interpretation may not be edited out due to overlapping communication.