Q: What Happened?
Q: What happened?
Q: Were you born in the United States or some other country?
Q: Which of these categories best describes your origin or descent?
Q: Who is missing?
Q: Is it simply a question of leaving out?
Q: Should we move to higher ground?
Q: What does disaster look like?
Q: What is the cause?
Q: What is the effect?
Q: Did this take place in your own neighborhood or somewhere else?
Q: Did this take place in the street or on the sidewalk?
Q: Did this take place outside, for example, in a yard, area surrounding a building, a park or a parking lot?
Q: Did this take place in or near a public housing project?
Q: Did the [OFFENSE] occur in [CITY]?
Q: Did the [OFFENSE] take place inside a building?
Q: For what other authorities are you being held?
Q: What is important to you?
Q: Who is to blame?
Q: Are you not being held for any federal, state, or local authorities other than this jail?
Q: What is the context?
Q: Do you expect to ever be released from jail or prison?
Q: Say there is a massive flood and you have a rowboat with enough room to row yourself and three others to safety, who do you choose?
Q: How do you choose?
Q: Which is the most important reason?
Q: What happens to everyone else?
Q: When were you most recently admitted to jail?
Q: What is your plan?
Q: What counts as a crime?
Q: How much did you, your family, or friends pay?
Q: How much was returned?
Q: How much money is spent on prisons a year?
Q: How many schools have been shut down this year?
Q: What harm has been done?
Q: What needs have been created?
Q: Who is responsible for repair?
Q: Who has the answers?
Q: Who has the longest life expectancy from birth?
Q: Who has insurance and access to care?
Q: Who delayed or did not receive needed medical care due to cost?
Q: Who are the fittest in the struggle?