In Today Cannot Be Tomorrow, among the "Yesterdays," "Todays," and "Tomorrows," are four significant dates. Beginning with a mandated quarantine on March 15, I noted a number of cultural and political events that directly impacted myself and those in my community: The murder of George Floyd on May 25, the violent removal of peaceful protesters for Trump’s bible-touting photo op on June 1, and the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg on September 18.

In the 149+ days between March 15 and now, there have been countless meaningful moments, more than the four represented here. As the personal is political, I ask you: Which dates have been significant for you since March 15 and why? Please submit your answers in the form on the left, where they are be uploaded to a data set in real time, also on view (on the right)*. 


This is a study of the time. Please feel free to share the form and include your contact information, should I want to personally reach out. 


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