Chronicling Resistance, Enabling Resistance: Listening Sessions

19 Jan - 19 Mar 2019
Various Locations

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"Chronicling Resistance, Enabling Resistance," Nancy Michael Shulkaitis Papers, documents of resistance to Federal declarations and efforts to stop the Tocks Island Dam, Lehigh University SC MS 0238. Photo courtesy of Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries.

 

 

Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries’ (PACSCL) Chronicling Resistance, Enabling Resistance explores new methods for telling the stories of Philadelphia’s rich heritage of resistance. In conjunction with its Center-supported project, PACSCL holds a series of community listening sessions to facilitate discussions between activists, archivists, and the general public. For a portion of the sessions, audience members are invited to share their own experiences with institutional archives in the context of resistance and ask questions about the process of preserving their papers.

All listening sessions are open to the public. See a list of upcoming sessions below.