What acts of kindness have uplifted your spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights is asking folks to respond to this question with a short video response online.
By: Greggory Clark
March 31, 2020
Photo: Robert Linsdell (Flickr/Creative Commons)

Although temporarily closed to public visits, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg is engaging people to share their personal experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The museum asks: "What acts of kindness have lifted your spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic?" Canadians are invited to upload short video responses to this and other questions. Visit here to watch stories or upload your own.

"At this difficult time, we hope to encourage a focus on compassion and community, which are fundamental human rights," said museum president and CEO John Young in a news release.

Prior to closing its doors, the CMHR steadily upped their online offering to include virtual gallery tours, online exhibits, documentaries, and content for children.

Source: Global News


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