About this Event
This panel discussion will explore the role of archives in documenting the faces of social justice in communities. This work can be viewed through two lenses: (1) archives physically preserve the unique identity of their communities and (2) that archival practice can be an intrinsic form of social and political activism. We will speak with archivists from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, the Studio for Southern California History, and the William H. Hannon Library. They will discuss their work and how their collections represent their respective communities. There will also be a pop-up companion site featuring select digitized items from each community’s collection.
To register for this event, please go here: https://lmula.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qlDE7UQ2S1CDq-FoahfCfA
About the CSJ Symposium:
In the midst of a pandemic, world-wide social unrest and national search for a moral compass, extraordinary creativity and hope abounds. We invite you to join us for our annual symposium highlighting the work of the LMU community and beyond with justice as the fundamental theme. The symposium sets the stage for all interested in listening, discovering and responding as we continue our journey towards transformation within ourselves and as part of our commitment to our community. In a time filled with much divide, our desire that "all may be one" becomes an ever more essential message and mission of the CSJ Center.
About the William H. Hannon Library:
The William H. Hannon Library fosters excellence in academic achievement through an array of distinctive services that enable learners to feed their curiosity, experience new worlds, develop their ideas, inform their decision-making, and inspire others. More information can be found at http://library.lmu.edu
For more information about this event, contact John Jackson, Head of Outreach & Communications for the William H. Hannon Library, at (310) 338-5234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.