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This episode contains references to mental health challenges, including eating disorders.
Joanna Lopez, the high school senior we met in our first episode of Odessa, has turned inward: staying in her bedroom, ghosting friends and avoiding band practice. But playing with the marching band at the last football game of her high-school career offers a moment of hope that maybe, one day, things will get better.
In the finale of our four-part series, we listen as the public health crisis becomes a mental health crisis in Odessa.
On today’s episode
Annie Brown, a producer for The Daily, who spent months reporting on Odessa’s reopening.
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Odessa was produced by Annie Brown, Sindhu Gnanasambandan and Soraya Shockley; with help from Mitch Borden and Diana Nguyen; edited by Liz O. Baylen and Lisa Tobin; engineered by Brad Fisher; original compositions by Dan Powell and Marion Lozano; and fact-checking by Ben Phelan. Special thanks to Larissa Anderson, Clifford J. Levy, Dana Goldstein, Kate Taylor, Clifford Krauss, Apoorva Mandavilli, Ken Belson, Jan Hoffman, Benedict Carey, Nora Keller, Lauren Jackson and Laura Kim.
Special thanks to the staff and students of the Ector County Independent School District.
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