Eric F. Coppolino/Chiron Return
A chronology tells you what happened when. It puts things in order. In times of chaosand experience coming at us simultaneously and from all directions and all viewpoints, this is a revolutionary act.
When mayhem is the vehicle of oppression, organization is rebellion. When misinformation is a weapon, assembling documented facts is reprisal. When induced forgetting is a means of hypnosis and social control, remembering is a way of awakening.
A chronology also provides a retrospective view — something that every facet of the “covid crisis” is calling for. “Covid” was delivered to us in overwhelming, kaleidoscopic fashion,and most people lost all track of time and events in the early months.
Throughout them, my colleagues and I kept careful track of developments day-by-day and sometimes hour-by-hour, seeking reliable sources and mapping out the many sides of the many issues involved.
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