COVID-19 Memes

A Collaboration between JONAH and EXPO in response to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. In response to the impact of the pandemic and how it deepened the grooves of injustices already in our communities, JONAH created a meme series with specific problems and associated actions. Most of them involve contacting your legislator – contact us if you need help or need more information. Know that saying something is better than saying nothing. Help us remember what we’ve learned by taking actions on these issues!

Feel free to use these memes in their original state, unaltered.

Another JONAH response to COVID was a community survey: The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone differently. JONAH wanted to connect with the community and hear about these impacts. We connected with several community partners: The Black and Brown Women Power Coalition, The Chippewa Valley Street Ministry, The Community Table, Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce, Eau Claire City/County Health Department, El Centro, EXPO, Family Promise, Feed My People, Hmong Mutual Association, JONAH Immigration Task Force, Literacy Chippewa Valley, Power Up Project, Sojourner House to put together a survey.

This survey was created to help community groups understand how the pandemic has had an impact on your health, financial stability, and how you are connected to community resources. The survey will be sent to as many residents as possible in the Chippewa Valley, which includes Chippewa, Dunn, and Eau Claire county. Survey results will be shared with local community organizations and all Chippewa Valley City/County Health Departments to look at future needs.

The results of the survey can be viewed in THIS REPORT. Please Contact Lynn Buske, JONAH Organizer, with questions at