Crowded beaches. Kids deliberately coughing on workers. Clearly some people need a wakeup call. We have created public service announcements and public education content in an effort to stop behaviors that are spreading COVID-19 and endangering lives. Help us #FlattenTheCurve by sharing one of our videos, GIFs or images TODAY.
An unapologetic perspective on the current state of the US.
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Cover the Streets! – The need for social justice does not negate the need for physical distancing.
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“Because I killed a man” – A COVID-19 message
In 2013, a 22-year-old named Matthew Cordle confessed on YouTube to killing a man while drunk driving. COVID-19 is forcing us to reevaluate what reckless behavior really means. Prison can teach you a lot about what it takes to endure alone…
“I am sorry if this is hard for you to hear…” – An Ohioan’s message about COVID-19
Many people are not taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously at a time when complacency will cost lives. This inspirational video brings both a sense of hope and seriousness to the crisis we face. It specifically addresses the fact that many of our parents and grandparents are at risk of serious illness or death. Alex Sheen, Founder of because I said I would, is featured in this video.
What “exponential growth” looks like
It took 67 days to reach the first 100,000 cases of COVID-19 worldwide. The second 100,000 cases took only 11 days. The third 100,000 confirmed cases took only 4 days. This video animates these facts and stresses the importance of washing your hands and staying home.
What #FlattenTheCurve really means
Many people have seen the #FlattenTheCurve graphic. But most people aren’t realizing what the dotted line is really symbolizing. This simple video explains how ventilator shortages will cause the unnecessary loss of life. Unfortunately, what is described in this video has already happened in Italy.
1 Million COVID-19 Cases Worldwide
We are in a war against this disease, BUT DO NOT LOSE HOPE. Remember, human beings have beaten diseases worse than this one and we are about to do it again.