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◇Smith, Evan, 2018, "Radical Online Collections and Archives", New Historical Express, December 7, 2018, (https://hatfulofhistory.wordpress.com/radical-online-collections-and-archives/).
“【Exordium】I am very interested in the growing amount of radical literature from around the world that is being scanned and digitised. As there are so many and from many different places, I thought it would be useful to make a list. All of those that are included are free to access (there are others that require some form of subscription). If there are any that I have missed or if any links are broken, do let me know, either by commenting below or sending me an email.”


◆Bishopsgate Institute [London]
“【Description】Bishopsgate Institute was "erected for the benefit of the public" in 1894, with the motto "I never stop learning". Our purpose has not changed.|We continue to be home for ideas and debate, learning and enquiry. We are a haven in the city, where culture, heritage and learning meet, and our mission is to inspire independent thought, connect past and present.|Our beautiful historic building is open to all, and we are vibrant, curious community. We provide welcoming spaces for people to learn and flourish, and offer a diverse range of activities”
・“Third time round and I’m still giggling away and fascinated by @stefdickers wonderful tour of @BishopsgateInst archive”(Naomi Oppenheim〔@naomioppenheim〕:https://twitter.com/naomioppenheim/status/1625217370129063936)
・Jac St John(@JacStJohn1):https://twitter.com/JacStJohn1/status/1625216490680074241
◇《LGBTQ+ Archives》
◇《Lesbian and Gay Newsmedia Archive》

◆Wellcome Collection [London]
“Wellcome Collection is a free museum and library that aims to challenge how we all think and feel about health.|Through exhibitions, collections, live programming, digital, broadcast and publishing, we create opportunities for people to think deeply about the connections between science, medicine, life and art.|We are part of Wellcome, which supports science to solve the urgent health challenges facing everyone. Wellcome supports discovery research into life, health and wellbeing, and is taking on three worldwide health challenges: mental health, infectious disease and climate.”

◆Feminist Library [London]
“【Description】The Feminist Library is a large archive collection of feminist literature, particularly Women’s Liberation Movement materials dating from the late 1960s to the 1990s. We support research, activist and community projects in this field. The Library is also an autonomous feminist community space. The Library is trans-inclusive, welcomes visitors of any gender, does not require registration or membership, and provides an intersectional, non-sectarian space for the exploration of feminism.”

◆56a infoshop [London]
“【Description】56a Infoshop is a long-term volunteer-run, 100% unfunded, DIY social centre in Walworth, South London since 1991. We share a collectively-run building with the brilliant Fareshares Food Co-op and the awesome 56a Bikespace.”/“we have a massive open-access archive so you can read and research about all sorts of radical politics (both local and international).”
◇“Remembering that time an academic wrote us up:[…]”
 (56a Infoshop: October 10, 2022)
◇“Archive Annotations”(56a Infoshop)
◇56a Infoshop(@56aInfoshop)
“We have a quite big collection of old VHS tapes of protest films and documentaries. Really need to have someone think about digitisation. Some classic DIY and grassroots cultural production there.”(2023年1月11日 https://twitter.com/56aInfoshop/status/1612829875546783745)
◇56a Infoshop(@56aInfoshop)
“Round Two of 56@ Archive Annotations, 'finding guides' made by friends of the space as ways into our large archive|Public launch Thursday 27th April, 6pm. Come and nibble and grab the free zines!”(2023年4月6日*現地 https://twitter.com/56aInfoshop/status/1643996662254252032/)
◇Southwark Notes(@SouthwarkNotes)
“Going through big donation from @PeckhamVision of council, developer and other documents donated to the Southwark Notes open access archive at @56aInfoshop. Great resource for campaigns & academics in solidarity with local struggles”(2023年4月9日*現地 https://twitter.com/SouthwarkNotes/status/1645117845171216387)
◇フリーペーパー『Contra Flow』定期刊行(隔月)・配布(3,000部)

◆LSE Library [London]
LSE Library: The British Library of Political and Economic Science
◇LSE Library(@LSELibrary)
“Exciting news! We're digitising Urania (1916-1940), a radical journal that sought to erase the gender binary.|Get in touch if you can help us complete the run (we are missing nos. 1 to 12). Please share! @photo_jenn, @christineburns, @womenslibrary”(2023年2月7日*現地 https://twitter.com/LSELibrary/status/1622920718827589638)

◆People's History Museum [Manchester]
“【Description】People’s History Museum is the home of ideas worth fighting for ― where our radical past can inspire and motivate people to take action ― to shape a future where ideas of democracy, equality, justice and co-operation are thriving.”

◆Manchester LGBT Zine Library [Manchester]
“【Description】LGBT and feminist zine library within the Joyce Layland LGBT Centre. Established in April 2014”

◆Working Class Movement Library [Manchester]
“【Introduction】Welcome to one of the most unusual libraries in the world. Discover the stories of working people’s struggles to be heard. Explore the past, change the future...”

◆Sheffield Feminist Archive [Sheffield]
“【Description】Sheffield Feminist Archive is a community archive project, working with Sheffield City Archives to ensure that Sheffield’s feminist past and present is documented, preserved and made accessible to all.”
◇“Today we met with @GIRLGANGSHEFF to add their archive of local feminist organising & activism to our growing collection @SheffArchives! Girl Gang were active in Sheff from 2015-c2020, & we’re honoured to help them find a forever home for this incredible material!”

◆Edinburgh Zine Library [Edinburgh]
“【Description】Edinburgh Zine Library is a volunteer-run archive and reference library of contemporary zines. Our collection is housed in Edinburgh Central Library on George IV Bridge, Old Town.”

◆Glasgow Women's Library [Glasgow]
“【Description】Glasgow Women’s Library is the only Accredited Museum in the UK dedicated to women’s lives, histories and achievements, with a lending library, archive collections and innovative programmes of public events & learning opportunities.”

◆Glasgow Zine Library [Glasgow]
“【Description】Glasgow Zine Library is a community archive and zine library based in Govanhill, Glasgow, established in 2018.|We have a growing international collection of over 1000 zines (self-published magazines). GZL also hosts a blended online/offline programme of workshops, professional and artistic development opportunities, community meals, film screenings, discussion groups, reading groups, children’s arts and crafts, social clubs, heritage activities and more. All of our events are either free or pay-what-you-can.”


◆Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) [New York]
“【Description】The Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) brings scholars and activists together through its working groups, public events, publications, and multimedia projects to advance intersectional social justice feminist analyses and to promote social transformation. BCRW is committed to vibrant and engaged research, pedagogy, art, and activism, supporting the work of scholars and activists to create new knowledge and to challenge and refine how we understand the world around us. Since its founding in 1971, the BCRW has cultivated collaborative and accountable relationships with community organizations, activists, and cultural workers in New York City, across the US, and transnationally.”
◆Lesbian Herstory Archives [New York]
“【Introduction】The Lesbian Herstory Archives is home to the world’s largest collection of materials by and about Lesbians and their communities.”
◆Sixty Inches From Center [Chicago]
“【Description】Sixty Inches From Center is a collective of writers, editors, artists, curators, librarians, and archivists who publish and produce collaborative projects about artists, archival practice, art history, and culture in the occupied lands known as Chicago and the Midwest.|We provide digital and print publishing opportunities for artists in the Midwest who want to share their writing, photo, graphic, video, and audio works in new ways.|We believe that the stories of artists, cultural workers, archivists, organizers, memory workers, and writers within our communities (LGBTQ+, femme, BIPOC, diasporic, and disability) are essential for understanding history and creating future canons that align with the more liberated and just worlds that reflect our dreams and realities. Our stories need to be preserved and promoted simultaneously, so we work with local and national archives while providing platforms and capsules for the cultural practices of our people.”
◆Interference Archive[New York]
“The mission of Interference Archive is to explore the relationship between cultural production and social movements. This work manifests in an open stacks archival collection, publications, a study center, and public programs including exhibitions, workshops, talks, and screenings, all of which encourage critical and creative engagement with the rich history of social movements.”/“As an all-volunteer organization, all members of our community are welcome and encouraged to shape our collection and programming; we are a space for all volunteers to learn from each other and develop new skills. We work in collaboration with like-minded projects, and encourage critical as well as creative engagement with our own histories and current struggles.”
◆Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History & Culture [Durham, North Carolina]
“The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture in Duke's Rubenstein Library acquires, preserves and makes available to a large population of researchers published and unpublished materials that reflect the public and private lives of women, past and present.”
◆DPLA (Digital Public Library of America)
“Digital Public Library of America empowers people to learn, grow, and contribute to a diverse and better-functioning society by maximizing access to knowledge.”(https://twitter.com/dpla)
“Our Black Women's Suffrage Collection provides access to more than 200,000 artifacts that help tell the story of Black women's long history of activism. Explore it here: https://blackwomenssuffrage.dp.la”(2023年2月28日*現地 https://twitter.com/dpla/status/1630618146267709442)


◆Disability Archives Lab [Montreal]
“【Description】The Disability Archives Lab investigates the ways that archives and the materials they hold document, shape, and impact disabled people―in history and today. Keeping critical disability studies at the forefront of researching and building projects around disability and archives, the Lab hosts projects and research initiatives that center the politics of disability, how disabled people are affected by historic representation, and how to imagine archival futures that are centered around disabled desires.”



◆〈Feminist Libraries & Archives Network〉
“【Twitter】Feminist Libraries & Archives Network (FLA)- building connections, knowledge & solidarity between repositories & individuals across the UK & internationally.”/“【Description】FLA (Feminist and Women’s Libraries and Archives Network) is a network which is building connections, knowledge and solidarity between an increasing number of libraries and archives which hold material dedicated to feminists and women, their lives and histories. These may be dedicated institutions, or more general ones which consciously collect feminist or women’s material.|If you are an archive or library with any feminist/women’s collections, or an individual who is interested in feminist and women’s history we would love you to join us!”(https://fla-network.com)
◆《Black Women's Suffrage Collection》
on DPLA (Digital Public Library of America)
“【Description】The content featured in this collection explores linkages between women’s suffrage and other social causes of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (anti-slavery, anti-lynching, education reform and civil rights) as well as racism within the Suffrage Movement.”
◆《Black Women's Organizing Archive (BWOA)》
“【Description】The Black Women's Organizing Archive (BWOA) brings together the scattered archives of 19th and early 20th century Black women intellectuals, organizers, and activists.”
◆《[SERIES] American Prison Newspapers 1880-2020》
“【Description】Reveal Digital’s collection of newspapers published in prisons by and for incarcerated people brings together hundreds of periodicals from across the United States. Learn more about the collection and read our call for essays about the collection on our submissions page.”
◆《NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project》
“【Description】The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project is documenting places associated with New York City's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.”
◆《Mapping Queer Oakland》
“【Description】Oakland elders stamps their stories into the geography of Oakland. Their lives and stories have shaped and influenced this city and beyond. Collectivelly, these individual narratives tell a larger story of queer Oakland history. Honoring their stories, we remember these legacies as powerful and active forces in shaping our world.”
◆《Women in Lockdown》(Sheffield Feminist Archive)
cf. https://twitter.com/ShefFemArchive/status/1581958193437364226(Sheffield Feminist Archive: October 17, 2022 *Thread)
“【Description】When the UK’s first national lockdown hit in March 2020, many of the Sheffield Feminist Archive volunteers found our lives changed in totally new and unexpected ways (didn’t we all?). Some of us became parents, others cared for loved ones, changed jobs, or made huge personal changes ― and all of us navigated this strange feeling of living through history. Archives, libraries and museums everywhere remained firmly closed, meaning our own collection at Sheffield City Archives was inaccessible ― so, instead of looking back to the archives, we began to look around us and wonder how women across Sheffield were (and are) experiencing the pandemic. Women in Lockdown began as a way of documenting and sharing local women’s stories, and we hope this digital archive provides a lasting record of Sheffield women’s lives in this world-historical moment.”
◆《Archive Liberia: An Ig Takeover - Week of October 2nd》
Week of October 2, 2022
Black Women Radicals
“【Description】During the week of October 2, 2022, artist, archivist, and restorative practices practitioner and founder of Archive Liberia, Bilphena Yahwon, will be taking over our Instagram! Archive Liberia is a site of collective memory for Liberia.”
◆《The People's History of Finsbury Park》
Museum of Homelessness
https://museumofhomelessness.org/news/the-peoples-history-of-finsbury-park-a-new-project(September 30, 2022)
cf. https://twitter.com/our_MoH/status/1585694858278150145
“【Caption】Historic England awards an everyday heritage grant to Museum of Homelessness to highlight the heritage of Finsbury Park”/“【Exordium】”Following on from last week’s announcement about our new building, Museum of Homelessness is delighted to share news about its first major new heritage project at its new home ‐ A People’s History of Finsbury Park.
◆《Everyday Things: White City Generations 88 - 97 [Montage Ver.1.5]》[London]
“【Description】‘Everyday Things’ is a project that visualises the experiences of a kinship collective of young Black adults living in White City, Shepherds Bush, West London. The project combines two main methodologies. The first is an archival focused work, aimed at recovering White City’s former imperial and colonial site,the Great White City Exhibition grounds (1908) but also the site’s more recent histories as a London County Council developed inter-war estate. The second is a form of collaborative photographic research undertaken with the kinship collective and their social peers. Depictions of young Black adult’s lives are rarely seen in British academic research. Inspired by the work of ‘everyday’ urban essays created by photographers in post-war America and the examinations of British landscapes by Black British photographers. My practice-related research facilitates site-specific dialogues, focused on contemporary and archival visualisations of White City. This body of work also engenders photographic practices capable of intervening in West London based representations fo Black life.”



◆《Activating the Archive: A Panel Discussion》
March 26, 2023 via Zoom
“【Description】Sixty Inches From Center and The Blackivists present Activating the Archive, a conversation with Makiba Foster, Meida McNeal, and Morris (Dino) Robinson, Jr., moderated by Stacie Williams. This panel will highlight archival documentation projects in and beyond Chicago and offer insight into how individuals, communities, and groups can promote and engage the public using their physical and digital collections.”
◆《Donor Stories Display Launch》
March 4, 2023
Glasgow Women's Library
“【Description】We launch the Donor Stories Display with a talk and Q&A session with GWL’s archivists, museum curator and librarian on recent and past donations and the importance of growing truly representational collections.”
◆《A Liberated Archives Experience: Black Memory, Social Justice, Art, and the Archive》
February 24, 2023
(University of Oregon) Knight Library, DREAM Lab and Knight Library Browsing Room
“【Description】To commemorate the closing of the Knight Library exhibition: Archives for Black Lives, A Liberated Archives Exhibition, we will bring together speakers, students, staff, and faculty for a compelling event that will explore the significance of Black Memory as it intersects with archives and museums and within the praxis of cultural production.”
◆《Art, Politics, Sex: Resistance in the Rebel Dykes Archive》
February 12, 2023
Bishopsgate Institute
“【Introduction】This workshop will bring together the queer histories of 1980s London working class dyke culture to life with a focus on the strategies of resistance - from pleasure, art and direct action - used by queer artists, community organisers and activists.”/【Description】“Using the Rebel Dykes Archive at Bishopsgate Institute as a starting point, we will explore the themes underpinning the group. The underground radical scene was a place for learning, organising and making. From art, sex, and politics, we will go through radical writing, artistic interventions, and methods for social organising to connect the strategies of resistance underpinning all of these.”
◆《Spineless Wonders: The Zine, Type And Script》
◇“[Online Panel Discussion] Zines: In/Out: The Institutional Dilemma: Zine Libraries and Collections”
February 10, 2023 / Online
“【Description】"the material itself, so beautifully and wonderfully varied, is often weird, ephemeral, magical, dangerous, and emotional..." from the Zine Librarians Code of Ethics, Preamble, 2015|As institutions, libraries and archives follow sets of rules for access, development, and description of their collections. Increasingly, libraries and archives are collecting zines - do-it-yourself, short-run publications created and distributed outside mainstream channels. This panel is made up of library and archive workers who have developed and organised zine collections in a range of institutions. The session will have four short presentations followed by discussion and will consider the ethics, challenges, and joys of zines in library and archive settings.”
◆《Queer Bibliography: Tools, Methods, Practices, Approaches》
February 3;4;5, 2023
Online, G35 and G37, Senate House, University of London
“【Description】This two-day symposium, hosted by the Institute of English Studies with support from Senate House Library, invites sustained discussion of bibliographical tools, practices, methods and approaches that are, in some way, distinctively queer. We will bring together contributors from diverse fields and every career stage: postgraduates, early career academics, established and independent scholars, librarians, archivists, activists, book arts practitioners, in-person and online.”
◆《Open Archive: Grit and Diamonds》
January 14, 2023 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Glasgow Women's Library
“【Description】In our Open Archive Session with Shirley Henderson and guests we’ll discover the impetus for co-editing the book, Grit and Diamonds, and we’ll explore the related items she has donated to GWL over the years.[…]Grit and Diamonds: Women in Scotland Making History 1980 ‐ 1990 co-edited by Shirley Henderson and Alison Mackay captures the decade leading up to 1990, highlighting women as active and important contributors to the city’s history. The book also includes a chapter on the need for better visibility of and attention to women artists by GWL co-founder Adele Patrick.”
◆《20th LGBTQ+ Archives and History Conference》
December 3, 2022, 11:00 - 16:00 GMT
By London Metropolitan Archives
*Part of the LGBTQ+ at London Metropolitan Archives collection

◆《Sinister Wisdom and the Lesbian Herstory Archives Present: A Launch Celebration for A Sturdy Yes of a People: Selected Writings by Joan Nestle》
November 29, 2022 at 7 P.M. ET / 4 P.M. PT
“【Description】Scholar Carolyn D' Cruz, who wrote the introduction to the collection, and Yeva Johnson, the writer of the collection's foreword, will be featured at the launch celebration alongside writer and herstorian Joan Nestle.”
◆《Artist Development: Object and Archives!》
With Liv Wynter & Co
October 30, 2022
In Person: Outside Project London / Online: via ZOOM
“【Description】Archiving can conjure up images of stuffy museums and stolen goods. Is it possible to create radical archives and document stories in ways that are sensitive?”
◆《Radical print in London archives》
October 28, 2022, 10:00 am‐2:00 pm
by Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)
“【Description】This symposium follows on from the Crafting Subversion: DIY and Decolonial Print exhibition at the Brunei Gallery earlier this year.”/“This symposium will bring together curators and archivists who contributed material to the exhibition at the Brunei Gallery, but will also involve curators from other London-based libraries with important collections of DIY and radical print.|The event will be an opportunity for students, librarians and researchers to learn about these collections, with a view to encouraging further research and fostering collaborations. It will also be an opportunity to sound out interest in a project on radical print in London - print that was both ‘radical’ in content (anti-slavery, anti-colonial, anti-capitalist, anti-racist), and also in the way it was produced and distributed (through DIY and low-tech print technology, by cooperatives, through public copyright, through the mail).”
◆《Make It Last Forever: A Digital Preservation Workshop》
by The Blackivists
Sixty Inches From Center [Chicago]
October 27, 2022
“【Description】Join archivist and memory worker Zakiya Collier for a workshop on low-cost and free tools and services for your digital preservation needs.”
◆《Open Archive: Three Decades of Changing Minds, Working Memory Space》
October 27, 2022 at 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
at Glasgow Women's Library
“【Description】The Three Decades team and the founders of Glasgow Women’s Library, Kate Henderson and Adele Patrick, invite you to this 30th anniversary Open Archive where we will be looking at materials that tell the story of GWL and how we have developed, evolved and thrived as an organisation.”/“In our Open Archive sessions, we showcase items from our collections and hear from staff and volunteers who’ve drawn out histories from the material. This is a chance to step inside the GWL archive!”
◆《Abolitionist Feminism in the Archive》
October 26, 2022 / Online
by Barnard Center for Research on Women
“【Description】This panel brings together scholar-activists who have gone against the grain of the carceral archive to construct historical accounts that deepen geneaologies of anti-carceral organizing and propel today’s abolitionist feminist movements forward. Through grappling with these questions, we’ll begin to imagine the possibilities (or impossibilities) of an abolitionist feminist archive.”
◆《Defend / Defund》
Exhibition Dates: October 8, 2022 〜 January 29, 2023
Interference Archive
“【Introduction】Defend / Defund looks at resistance to policing and police brutality in the 20th and 21st centuries in the United States. This exhibition focuses on the work of Black organizers and the families of victims of police violence who have fought the often brutal occupation of their communities. It also looks at allies and co-conspirators in the movement including Indigenous, Asian American, Latinx, and queer organizers.”



◇"Abolitionist Feminism in the Archive"【トーク:動画】
Barnard Center for Research on Women
October 27, 2022
“Sarah Haley and Emily Thuma in conversation with Eve Glazier (BC '23)|Co-Sponsors: Barnard College Archives and Special Collections”
“【Introduction】Over the past year, archivists at Barnard have been processing the collections of the New York Coalition for Women Prisoners, a formation led by formerly incarcerated people organizing against the gendered violence of the carceral state. Working with the materials of the CWP and its members has sparked significant reflection about the relationship between archives and the carceral state and, in turn, the implications of incorporating stories, narratives, and histories of anti-carceral organizing into the institutional archive as it currently exists. As scholars like Saidiya Hartman, Marisa Fuentes, and Jarrett Drake teach us, the archive―much like the prison―is a site of containment, one which confines, controls, and exerts ownership over knowledge to discipline our collective understanding of history and the present towards the needs and desires of the racial capitalist state.”



◇History is made at night, 2023, "Annotated Archives at 56a Infoshop", History is made at night, April 19, 2023, (https://history-is-made-at-night.blogspot.com/2023/04/annotated-archives-at-56a-infoshop.html).
 *〈56a Infoshop〉
“【Exordium】56a Infoshop near the Elephant and Castle has been going for more than 30 years now as a small but perfectly formed radical social centre, bookshop and archive tucked in behind Fareshares Food Co-op at 56a Crampton Street, London SE17.|People have been invited to write a series of 'Annotated Archives' to highlight and reflect upon some of the huge amount of material crammed inside. The first series of these was launched in January 2023, but more are on their way.”
◇Johnson, Kristine, 2023, "Women at the Helm of the Schomburg Center for Research and Black Culture Follow a Long Legacy of Women Leadership", CBS New York, April 3, 2023, (https://www.cbsnews.com/newyork/news/schomburg-center-women-leadership/).
 *〈Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture〉(New York Public Library):https://www.nypl.org/locations/schomburg
“【Exordium】NEW YORK -- Nearly a century ago, Arturo Schomburg founded the Schomburg Center for Research and Black Culture with his initial gift of more than 10,000 items.|Today, it has grown to a collection of more than 11 million, and overseeing it all are 13 directors, curators and archivists, all of whom are women.|CBS2's Kristine Johnson spoke to some of them.”
◇Vlatkovic, Rada, 2023, "The Migraine Art Competition Collection", Wellcome Collection, January 10, 2023, (https://wellcomecollection.org/articles/Y7QeeREAABd_3pLI).
 *〈Wellcome Collection〉[London]
“【Caption】The British Migraine Association ran a series of migraine art competitions in the 1980s with the intention to share people’s varied experiences of migraine. In the seven years that the competition ran, the Migraine Art Competition Collection was formed, comprising 545 unique, often striking works of art. Rada Vlatkovic, Collections Information Officer at Wellcome Collection, shares some images from the collection and reflects on her own experience of migraine.”
◇Scharold, Lindsey, 2023, "Interference Archive Traces the History of Racist Policing in America", Public Seminar, January 4, 2023, (https://publicseminar.org/2023/01/interference-archive-traces-the-history-of-racist-policing-in-america/).
 *〈Interference Archive〉
“【Caption】Defend/Defund, a welcome new exhibit at Interference Archive, through January 29”/“【Exordium】Hidden in Gowanus, New York City, in a small space packed with boxes full to the brim with activist literature, is Interference Archive. An all-volunteer organization established in 2011, the archive’s mission is to document “the relationship between cultural production and social movements,” as its website explains. The brightly lit room feels like some combination of a classroom, a bookstore, a library, and a meeting space. Visitors are encouraged to pull boxes off the shelf and sift through the papers they contain.”
◇Golia, Julie and Charles J. Liebman, 2022, "New to the Archives: Block Communities, Inc. Records and Community Organizing in 1960s East Harlem", New York Public Library, November 15, 2022, (https://www.nypl.org/blog/2022/11/15/new-archives-block-communities-inc-records).
 *〈New York Public Library〉
“【Exordium】The Manuscripts and Archives division of The New York Public Library recently opened to researchers an exciting new collection: the records of Block Communities, Inc. (BCI), a 1960s-era community organizing and anti-poverty group based in East Harlem, New York. The collection provides rich detail about one of the many community organizing initiatives undertaken in 1960s New York City. It also offers glimpses into the diversity of East Harlem’s communities in the 1960s, a time of remarkable social and political change.”
◇Hoyer, Jen and Brooke Darrah Shuman, 2022, "Archives of Resistance", Inquest, November 4, 2022, (https://inquest.org/archives-of-resistance/).
“【Caption】The movement to end police violence has a rich visual history. In Brooklyn, a collective of volunteers is doing its part to preserve it.”/“【Description】The Defend / Defund exhibition, on view at Interference Archive through January 29, 2023, looks at resistance to policing and police brutality in the 20th and 21st centuries in the United States.”
◇Nair, Nivedita, "56a Infoshop", Weekly Tales, September 2, 2022, (https://weeklytales.com/articles/56a-infoshop).
 *〈56a Infoshop〉
“【Caption】At what seems like the centre of a maze, within a council estate a short walk away from Elephant and Castle, in South London, is a radical anarchist bookshop, social centre, and food co-op that contains within it an ever-expanding peek into the history of left-wing social movements.”
◇Swift, Jaimee A., 2021, "Exploring Black and Asian American Lesbian Archives: Aché and Phoenix Rising", Asian American Writers' Workshop, March 25, 2021, (https://aaww.org/exploring-black-and-asian-american-lesbian-archives-ache-and-phoenix-rising/).
“【Caption】On making critical connections to the long legacies of intraracial and cross-racial Black and Asian American lesbian organizing and community building.”
◇Coles, Stephen, 2017, "This Just In: Emory Douglas & the Black Panther", Letterform Archive, October 6, 2017, (https://letterformarchive.org/news/emory-douglas-and-the-black-panther/).
 *〈Letterform Archive〉
“【Caption】We are honored to hold over 100 issues of The Black Panther, instrument for social justice and vehicle for the revolutionary art of Emory Douglas.”




◇村上潔 20191216−20220831 「ジン[Zine(s)]――その世界の多様性と可能性(1)」
◇村上潔 20220905− 「ジン[Zine(s)]――その世界の多様性と可能性(2)」
◇Knight, Rosie, 2018, "How Zine Libraries Are Highlighting Marginalized Voices", BuzzFeed News, December 30, 2018, (https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/rosieoknight/zines-libraries-marginalized-voices).=2019 村上潔訳,「ジン・ライブラリーはいかにして周縁化された声を強調しているのか」,arsvi.com:立命館大学生存学研究所,2019年8月29日,(http://www.arsvi.com/2010/20190829mk.htm

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