(Postponed) Documenting Health Crises: Oral Histories of Covid and Ebola

Tuesday April 18, 2023 04:00 PM EDT
Cost: Free
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Categories: Panel discussion
(This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date) Join us for a panel talk on how narrative resources amplify individual stories and shared experiences in the context of acute public health events. The event will introduce two new Rose Library collections: Mirabel Pictures WeSurvive Oral History Collection, which documents the stories of survivors and family members of the victims of the West Africa Ebola outbreak (2014-2016), and the Emory Oral History Program’s series of interviews with people who shared their stories of loss, resilience, and strength during the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Enjoy access to interview clips and newly released oral history collections. Event is open to the public at no charge. Emory’s Woodruff Library Level 3, Jones Room. 

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