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Friday, June 16 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Activist Archiving 101

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How do we document our work and ensure that future generations will have access to our ideas, materials, experiences and lessons? What models, tools and resources already exist that we can draw from? In this hands-on session, librarians and archivists will share basic techniques and concepts that will empower activists to be stewards of their own personal and/or organizational archives. Participants will come away from this session with tools and ideas about how they can archive the work they are doing.

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Sine Hwang Jensen

UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Library
Sine is a librarian and archivist currently working at the UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Library. She is passionate about intergenerational knowledge-sharing and bridging her love for libraries with her work in social justice.

Claude Marks

The Freedom Archives
Claude Marks is a former anti-imperialist political prisoner and is the Director of The Freedom Archives, a political, cultural oral history project, restoration center, and media production facility in San Francisco. Under his direction, The Freedom Archives has released several... Read More →

Nathaniel Moore

The Freedom Archives
Nathaniel Moore is an educator and archivist at the Freedom Archives. He is also active in social justice programming inside of San Quentin State Prison and working to uplift voices of resistance.

Friday June 16, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 113