Covid-19 LVN Conversations

While we are keeping physical distance to protect public health, let’s stay connected to what matters most.

As critical decisions are being made about resources, health care and public safety, it is more important than ever that journalists and policymakers hear the stories and experiences of folks who are otherwise overlooked.

Share your voice in an intimate conversation that becomes a virtual town hall that can hold as many Americans as are able to participate.

If you are longing for company and connection that goes deeper than a Twitter feed or Instagram story, and want to share your hopes, concerns, and reflections with others please join us!

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Nick, in Winter Haven, FL reacts to the killing of George Floyd and wonders about how future generations will remember and reflect

For Kyle, an educator in Marion, Al, COVID-19 is growing the gaps between the richest and poorest students

Iman, in Hunts Point, shares how his mom, a NYC nurse, has had to share gowns with coworkers and reuse face masks at the hospital

Shannon, from Middleton, shares a common request from the undocumented community in Dane County - financial assistance resources for people who have lost work and are not able to obtain new jobs or income

Alison and Nicole, early childhood educators in Massachusetts agree that lack of physical touch will negatively impact young children, something that hasn't been worked out for reopening plans

Important Details

  • If you are new to Zoom, you are welcome to join us 15 minutes before the call. We will have staff on the call to provide one-on-one tech support and get you comfortable with the platform before the conversation begins.
  • Virtual Conversations will include a small group of 4 - 8 participants and one volunteer host. If we have less than four people register, we may reschedule the event.
  • Because of the small group size, we request that participants who need to cancel do so at least 48 hours in advance, or as soon as you know you will be unable to participate.
  • Please join on time. It is important that all participants are present for the beginning part of the conversation. Unfortunately, if the conversation begins before you arrive, we’ll need to reschedule you to attend an upcoming conversation.
  • Groups and teams are welcome and encouraged to come to a conversation together! Please feel free to sign up with people who you know.
  • Audio from all conversations are recorded by Zoom and become a part of the public conversation network on
  • If at all possible, please join by video.

Upcoming Conversations (scroll to see all available dates)

In addition to these conversations, there may be more opportunities to participate in LVN conversations at the following linked pages for residents of Alabama, Massachusetts, New York and Wisconsin.