Hinds COVID-19 Memory Archival Project
The COVID-19 Memory Project aims to document how Hinds Community College, its administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni and the Hinds communities experienced the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. The project is administered and hosted by the Hinds Community College Libraries Archives and Hinds Community College Public Relations office.
This is what most cleaning supply shelves look like at every store, particularly shelves of disinfectant sprays, wipes and liquids. They've looked this way since last March. Most stores added limits to the amount you could buy of those particularly items because so many people were buying as much as they could and emptying the shelves. This particularl shelf is at Target in north Jackson on Sunday, August 16, 2020 11:52 AM.
Three Ways to Stop the Spread
Facebook post on Nursing/Allied Health Library page, April 15, 2020
D'Asya Ellis's Nontraditional High School Graduation
Covid 19 affected my high school graduation. It should have been the best day of my life. Forest high school did a non traditional graduation where we had separate times and our graduation only lasted 10 minutes sadly. I felt so sad at graduation because I couldn’t see my classmate one last time or throw my cap with my classmates. This photo is me with my mom Shari Ellis.
Even Robert Frost Wears a Mask in the Library
In early August 2020, Governor Reeves mandated all people to wear masks in public. The library staff had a little fun with the bust of Robert Frost in the library.