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The Seattle Public Library wants to hear your COVID-19 stories

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We all know that the COVID-19 pandemic has been hard for everyone. But it is an incredibly unique time in history that we’re all living through. And so with that in mind, the Seattle Public Library has created the COVID-19 Community Collection.

The COVID-19 Community Collection is a way for Seattleites to document their experience living through the pandemic. You can tell your story through photographs, short videos, and other forms of digital material. So if you have a story to tell, consider checking this out. Because one day this will be in the history books.

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Maybe you’re an essential worker, maybe you’ve lost someone to COVID or maybe you’re just living through this time. Whatever your case is, your story is important and the Seattle Public Library wants to hear it. But if you don’t want to share that’s okay too.

Regardless we highly recommend you check out this super unique program. And if you’re interested, submissions will be available through the library’s digital collections. And if you’d like to submit your own story, you can learn more here.

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