The Lawrence History Center invites you to make a diary entry (or daily entries!) about your experience living in Lawrence during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic. We will compile them, post/publish, and then add them to our archival collection for posterity.
Lo/La invitamos a que contribuya una entrada de diario (o entradas diarias!) sobre su experiencia viviendo en Lawrence durante la pandemia de COVID-19 de 2020. Recopilaremos las entradas, las compartiremos o publicaremos, y luego las agregaremos a nuestra colección de archivos para la posteridad.
Thanks to Terry Date at The Eagle-Tribune for the front page story highlighting the Lawrence History Center Remote Oral History and Lawrence Community Diary projects!
"Afar and up close"
The Lawrence History Center chronicles the pandemic
So far Mark Cutler and his students have conducted 4 of 6 Zoom Video Oral History interviews scheduled for this week.
The Community Diary has received dozens of entries from people of all ages and backgrounds. Please share your experiences during the pandemic (or about living in the city in general) at http://www.lawrencehistory.org/collections/remoteoralhistory/diaryentry
[Image below: LHC director Susan Grabski, bottom, and LHC collections manager Amita Kiley along with LHC board VP/Phillips Academy Spanish instructorMark Cutler talk over Zoom video conferencing about the center's new project chronicling the 2020 pandemic.]