PLAN C LIVE is an online conversation with Dorothy Jones-Davis of Nation of Makers and Dale Dougherty of Make: Community and a panel of makers about the civic response to COVID-19. Thank you to those who have been participating as panelists and those of you who attended through Zoom.
We will be doing two PLAN C: LIVE programs each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, all at 7pm ET and 4pm PT. We will also schedule an additional program appropriate for Europe.
Please register via Zoom to be an attendee and chat with others as well as ask questions of the panelists. We will also begin livestreaming to Facebook and YouTube and other sites. However, to interact with the hosts, panelists and each other, we recommend registering via Zoom.
Date recorded: Thursday, May 7, 2020 – 7pm – 4pm PT
In Billings, Montana, the Montana Mask, a 3D printed respiratory mask, was developed by a physician, Dr. Dusty Richardson, along with Dr. Spencer Zaugg, a dentist, and his son, Colton, who really knows 3D printing. But that’s only part of the story. Corie Hawks and DeEtte Chatterton are two communications professionals and wives of service members who were looking to help respond to COVID-19, and decided to jump in and help spread the word about the Montana Mask. James Turner from Derry, New Hampshire began 3D printing the mask at his home for facilities in his town and he stepped up to help coordinate regional organizing efforts across the US.