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Resources for Racial Justice and Reconciliation: Archiving Activism

A guide to resources provided by the University Library, as well as external information, to support our community in considering racial justice and reconciliation.

Introduction

The resources listed on this page can help you document your experiences as an activist if that is a path you would like to pursue. The guide is meant to equip you with information, tools and resources to make informed decisions about capturing, collecting, and preserving materials related to activism and protest. University Archives and Special Collections staff are on hand to help you work through any questions or concerns you might have. We are here to listen and learn together.

University Archives and Special Collections fully supports the statements of the following organizations:

 

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Archiving Activism Resources

Projects and Primary Sources