I refuse to just grow a mustache and say, “Well, my time is done for a while,” and wait for something to happen. –Lincoln Presenter Michael Krebs
Due to Illinois’s shelter-at-home order, many of us are quarantined, working remotely or unable to work at all. But what about our Lincoln presenters? How has the coronavirus disrupted their profession, which relies almost exclusively on live events, many of them taking place in schools and senior centers?
To find out, I checked in with four previous guests on Drinkin’ with Lincoln, three Abrahams and a Mary. I spoke with Kevin Wood (episode 1) about switching to virtual visits, George Buss (episode 2) on getting Illinois ready for a return to normalcy, Laura Keyes (episode 6) on the power of sharing live-history, and finally, Michael Krebs (episode 4) on facing the uncertainties ahead. We also catch up on what everybody has been up to since we last spoke, and we discuss what words of wisdom Lincoln would have to offer during these unique times.
You’ll find out all about that, and more, on this special quarantine edition of Drinkin’ with Lincoln.
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