State library asks for submissions for its “COVID Diaries” collection

Years from now, our children and grandchildren will look back on this turbulent period in awe. They will hear our stories. They will read the history books. They will notice the quirks and idiosyncrasies we developed during this time.

Now, as KCRA reports, you can be an active part of this historical moment here in California.

The California State Library is teaming up with first partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom to get the word out about a community-based project called COVID Diaries. The State Library is asking everyone to send in their pictures, videos, or poems to show how COVID-19 has changed their way of life. It's a chance to preserve history for generations to come.

To submit an item, click here.



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