Join Dwight Hall at Yale for a discussion on National COVID-19 Day. On March 11th 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a national pandemic, and it now serves as an annual day of observance and service—and as an ongoing movement—for helping our neighborhoods and nation endure and overcome the pandemic.
The purpose of National COVID-19 Day is to help individuals navigate our collective grief, encourage one another, and embrace hope for what is ahead. In recognition of the historic 1-year anniversary of the coronavirus, we are gathering on March 11th to share our collective experiences, reflect on the past, and rekindle positivity towards the future.
Join Dwight Hall to remember those who have died, to honor survivors, frontline, and essential workers, and to learn how you can be a source of hope and creative response to the ongoing challenges of COVID-19.
Jessica Jaskot, AmeriCorps Public Ally for Community Partnerships and Volunteer Engagement, Dwight Hall at Yale
Abdul-Rehman Malik, Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Director of Muslim Leadership Lab at Dwight Hall at Yale