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Thursday, October 26 • 10:15am - 11:45am
#r2d: Say it Loud, Say it Proud: Advocacy and Engagement

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Presentations
 
“Never Give Up, Never Surrender!” Digital Preservation Advocacy for the Anxious Mind
Sandy Rodriguez
University of Missouri-Kansas City, United States of America
 
Informed by the presenter’s anxious nature, this presentation focuses on multiple efforts and approaches to create a groundswell around digital preservation at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
 
 
Digital Preservation Planning in the Metro Detroit Community
Margaret Waligora, Allie Penn, Lori Eaton, Laura Kennedy, Kim Schroeder
Wayne State University, United States of America
 
The preservation of digitized and born-digital objects is imperative to sustaining the historical narrative of any city. In this presentation, the Wayne State University NDSA student group will explore issues pertaining to digital preservation in the Detroit community through the creation of a digital preservation plan for three cultural institutions.
 
 
Envisioning A People's Database: Strategies For Facilitating Community Research of Police
Robin Margolis(1), Ina Kelleher(2), Stacy Wood(3), Jackie Zammuto(4)
1: MLIS Media Archival Studies, United States of America; 2: UC Berkeley Department of Ethnic Studies; 3: University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information; 4: WITNESS
 
This panel engages “Preservation is Political” from the standpoint of how NDSA institutions can provide access to politically charged data. The panelists approach the intersection of police generated footage and citizen documentation of law enforcement as a question of supporting the unique needs of researchers working in this space.

Moderators
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Chad Garrett

Director of Technology and Digital Initiatives, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Speakers
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Robin Margolis

MLIS Media Archival Studies, UCLA Information Studies Department
Robin Margolis is a current MLIS student specializing in Media Archival Studies at the UCLA Department of Information Studies. He approaches archives from a foundation as a teaching artist, community organizer, and filmmaker, aiming to serve social movements both emergent and ongoing... Read More →
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Sandy Rodriguez

Assistant Dean of Special Collections & Archives, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Sandy Rodriguez is Assistant Dean of Special Collections & Archives at the University of Missouri--Kansas City. She currently serves as co-facilitator of the DLF Working Group on Labor in Digital Libraries, Archives, and Museums and Co-Principal Investigator for "Collective Responsibility... Read More →
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Margaret Waligora

Digital Content & Information and Project Management, Gale, a Cengage Company | Wayne State University Graduate
Margaret Waligora is a graduate of Wayne State University's School of Information Science. She holds a Master's degree in Library Information Science with a focus on digital preservation and curation. Margaret is also a Product Manager with Gale, a Cengage Company. | Pronouns: sh... Read More →
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Stacy Wood

PhD Candidate in Information Studies, UCLA
Stacy Wood is a PhD candidate in Information Studies at UCLA. Her dissertation, Making Secret(s) examines the infrastructure supporting classified information in the United States. She is a critical scholar of archives and information policy focusing on the legal and cultural lives... Read More →
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Jackie Zammuto

Jackie is the U.S. Program Manager at WITNESS. Jackie works to train activists, develop resources and partner with grassroots organizations around the use of video for advocacy and evidentiary purposes, specifically in the areas of police accountability, immigrant rights and indigenous rights., WITNESS
Jackie Zammuto leads WITNESS’ programmatic work in the United States, focusing on the use of video for advocacy and evidentiary purposes in the thematic areas of police accountability, immigration rights, indigenous rights and more. She also coordinates the development and distribution... Read More →


Thursday October 26, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am
Pennsylvania West

Attendees (15)