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Sunday, August 4 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
302 - No Repository, No Problem: How Archivists Archive without Walls

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In continuing the discussion around liberating archives and community building, the speakers explore how cultural heritage that is created, preserved, and archived where it emerged is mutually beneficial to its community of origin and archival institutions. They highlight the challenges of preservation and community archival work, share experiences and observations about new archival initiatives, and discuss the learning curve for everyone involved in the effort to preserve community histories.


Facilitators
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Miranda Mims

Activist, co-founder, University of Rochester / Nomadic Archivists Project
Miranda Mims is the Special Collections Archivist for Discovery and Access and Curator in the Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation (RBSCP) at the University of Rochester and co-founder of the Nomadic Archivist Project.

Speakers
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Steven G. Fullwood

Nomadic Archivist Project
Steven G. Fullwood is an archivist and documentarian. Fullwood is the co-founder of The Nomadic Archivists Project, an initiative that partners with organizations to establish, preserve and enhance that explore the African Diasporic experience.


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