History Happening Now

We are seeing history happen as the Covid-19 pandemic and protests around racial justice transform daily life in Greensboro. In this moment, it is important to preserve people’s stories, experiences and feelings about the changes taking place.

Donations from a local strawberry farm for Greensboro hospital workers, May 2020
Angie Sutton adds to a plywood mural on S. Elm Street, June 2020 (Lynn Donovan Photography, used with permission)
Empty shelves at the Bestway Grocery, Walker Avenue, March 23, 2020

Together with the City of Greensboro, we are collecting responses for a video project called “Can You Hear Me Now? Listening to Residents about Racial and Social Justice,” on its online video recording platform. Share your story here

You can help document this history for future generations. Fill out the form below to connect with the Greensboro History Museum and learn more about sharing your experiences, photos and objects from this time.

Help Document #GSOHistoryNow

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