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Documenting Caribbean Diasporic Communities: How to Archive Local Histories

Event Date:

October 24 @ 10:00 am


Florida International University
11200 SW 8th Street Miami, Florida Green Library, Room 422 (Special Collections)
Miami, FL 33199


Digital Library of the Caribbean
(305) 348-3008

Program Description:

The Digital Library of the Caribbean will partner with the Diaspora Vibe Cultural Incubator and Nomadic Archivists Project to hold a series of workshops discussing community archives and the need for historic preservation work in the Caribbean Diasporic communities.

Archiving Black Podcasts: An Introduction

Miranda Mims and Steven G. Fullwood from Nomadic Archivists Project (NAP)
Thursday, October 24, 10 a.m. – Noon
RSVP: https://bit.ly/2kFgqlO

Community Archiving: A Panel Discussion

Featuring Miranda Mims and Steven G. Fullwood (NAP), Rosie Gordon-Wallace (DVCAI), Miguel Asencio and Dr. Hadassah St. Hubert (dLOC) Moderated by Dr. Jafari S. Allen, University of Miami
Thursday, October 24, 1 – 3 p.m.
RSVP: https://bit.ly/2kh64Zi



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