Montclair, New Jersey — Half the world's population is now under orders to coronavirus pandemic. That's a hardship for many — but for some, it's an opportunity to to a global audience.during the
In New Zealand, Jack Buchanan came up with family lockdown boogie.
In this battle against an enemy we can't see, we are using the weapon of what we can hear. People are not letting the need to stay apart keep them from creating soul-soothing sounds together.
One unassuming British family shook off the familiar lockdown squabbling by rewriting the lyrics to the classic song "One Day More" from "Les Miserables" and became the royal family of Quarantunes.
The music is sparking social-distance dance parties as well, from Wales to the Greek Islands to Africa, in families from sorority sisters to fathers and grown-up sons.
They are all discovering there is no better way to demonstrate resilience than by shaking off the, one TikTok challenge at a time.