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Working for Tomorrow: Student Activism, Education and Engagement in the Archivies

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Education, professional development, and diversity come together in a lightning round showcasing the archival outreach work of MLIS students and recent graduates. They describe how they use their skills and experience to raise awareness, collect stories, and preserve/promote voices of those underrepresented in the archives and the archival profession. Student panelists offer ideas and feedback for developing your own outreach efforts as a student or new graduate.

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Working for Tomorrow: Student Activism, Education and Engagement in the Archivies

  1. 1. GO FOR IT: Apply for scholarships | Attend workshops, seminars, conferences | Meet new mentors | Get involved
  2. 2. PROJECT SELECTION
  3. 3. Project 1: Disaster Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery Plan PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
  4. 4. PROJECT 2: RECLAIMING SACRED IMAGES PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
  5. 5. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
  6. 6. PROJECT OUTCOMES ● Disaster Response Plan completed in 2015; updated in 2016. ● Guidelines for the Handling of Culturally Sensitive Materials by or about the Yaqui/Yoeme/Hiaki was composed, revised by traditional leaders, and approved by the San Ignacio Yaqui Council. It is in the process of being widely distributed. ● A $5,000 grant for the Repatriation and Tribesouring of Yaqui Easter Films from 1972 awarded in June 2016 for the digitization of film reels (completed) and the addition of narrations in both Yaqui and Spanish (in progress).
  7. 7. ARCHIVES WORKSHOPS FOR COMMUNITY

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