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Sunday, June 18 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Archives for Empowerment

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Librarians and archivists from underrepresented communities will share their experiences building space and breaking stereotypes of marginalized communities. We will explore the challenges and limitations in launching and maintaining archival projects, looking at models such as the Race & Racism at The University of Richmond Project, a community archive serving the Mixteco community, a digital collection of tattooed Asian Americans, and a digital family archive. Participants will be introduced to tools and methods to build community archives and digital collections.

Presenters
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Joyce Gabiola

Doctoral Student, University of California, Los Angeles
Joyce is a queer Filipinx American kid from Texas who believes in the power of students, archives, and libraries. They earned a MSLIS in archives management and are currently pursuing a PhD in information studies at UCLA. They dig orange popsicles.
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Javier Sepúlveda Garibay

Librarian-in-Residence, Loyola Marymount University
Javier Garibay received his B.A. in Latin American and Latino Studies from UC Santa Cruz and his masters in Library Science at UCLA. He is working at Loyola Marymount University as a Librarian-in-Residence, rotating through the reference, digital library, and archives departments... Read More →
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Irina Rogova

University of Richmond
Irina Rogova earned her BA in Historical Studies from Bard College and her MSLIS with a focus on Archival Management from Simmons College. Blending social justice activism with archival work, she is currently the Project Archivist for the Race & Racism at the University of Richmo... Read More →
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Jessea Young

Digital Collections Librarian, Loyola Marymount University
Jessea Young earned a B.A in Art History at Cal Poly Pomona University specializing in Polynesian art. She received a M.S.L.I.S at Simmons College focusing in digital libraries and oral history. Presently, she is the Digital Colletions Librarian at William H. Hannon Library in Lo... Read More →


Sunday June 18, 2017 10:00am - 11:30am
McGregor: Room F/G/H

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