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Telling It Like It Was

Do you have a family treasure that tells a story? Or is there an interesting monument, building or site if your town? Choose an intriguing object and interview people who can tell you about it. This could be an object you have always loved, or maybe it is something so familiar you have never really thought about it before.

Either way, start to look at it with a historian's eye: Where did this come from? And how can you tell others its story?

Connected... what we think

What does it mean to go home? Why do we leave the comforts of home? What do we do once we get to where we are going to preserve home? How do we stay “connected?”

What does connected mean to you? Think of a word that tells or shows tells what it means to be connected? What image could you use to help provide the viewer a stronger image? How have we connected as a community to tell a new story?

How do you stay connected with family and friends from the Ukraine today?

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