Earth Day is approaching, April 22. We are asking for your stories about what you love about nature and this earth we all share.

Every day each of us experiences thousands of things, small or big, and each is a story.

These short or mundane daily experiences may not make it to the headline news. But your experiences and stories are the legacy that will draw your children and grandchildren closer and feel a sense of connection and understanding of who they are.

Close your eyes and see your grandparents, 50 years ago, eating their breakfast, stepping onto the bus to go to work, reading the evening paper, laughing with friends at the local pub. 

It’s the little stories that bring life into focus, create a sense of belonging and make history more complete. 

What clothes we wear is a story. What we eat is a story. How we communicate is a story. All these stories complete our larger story.

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Imagine the voices of women, people of color, LGBTQ, displaced and other marginalized people taking their places in history. Imagine a history where the stories of life in all countries and communities are treated equally, and no one is left out.

History Chip is building this inclusive history with your help and your voices. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

You may think you don't have a story, but every person's life story is worth sharing. Think about what you would like your grand-children to know about you. Your experiences will be fascinating to future generations.

Stories can be short or long. It might only take a sentence or two to share a detail from your life, or you might have a long story to share. Either way, it’s about the story, not about how long it is.

Stories can be text, audio or video. We recommend writing out your copy and copy/paste it into our story template. Audio and video files can be uploaded into the story template. You can also add photographs to your story to help draw readers to your story.

Stories on History Chip build truth into history. AND, our stories are there for our children and our children’s children. Imagine your grandchildren reading what it was like for all of us to live through COVID or 9/11.

If you are registered and logged in, you can comment or like any story at the end of the story. Happy reading!

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