The Johnson County Museum in Overland Park, Kansas invites you to share your COVID-19 pandemic experiences with us. As a community history museum, it is important that we not only document and preserve the past, but that we also document and save the present. The COVID-19 health crisis has affected each person differently—neighbors, family, and even our museum colleagues. Each person has a unique story to tell and those stories, whether uplifting or stories of adversity, are important. We want to hear from everyone: teachers, students and graduates, parents working from home, healthcare workers, government officials, small and big business owners, those furloughed and those who have lost their jobs. Please consider telling us your story!
In addition to your story, do you have an object, photograph, or document to donate that defines the pandemic period in your life? Did you keep a journal or diary, or create a piece of pandemic-inspired artwork? Is there a new hobby or activity that you tried for the first time? Include these in your submission, and Johnson County Museum staff will reach out to you for more information.
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