With facets of our everyday life constantly shifting, it is critical to document our feelings, thoughts, and experiences as we navigate through this pandemic. Despite the challenging times we’re facing, institutions and community organizations continue to collect recordings even when we can’t be in close proximity with one another. We admire their efforts and hope to learn from them. Please join us for a webinar on May 20th at 4:00pm for presentations about the creation and maintenance of oral history projects during COVID-19.
Panelists include Kimberly Springer (Curator of Oral Histories at Columbia University) and Meral Agish (Community Coordinator for the Queens Memory Project). This session will be moderated by Traci Mark (METRO Library Council).