Building a Community Archive of Police Violence
March 23, 2018 at the New Museum, New York
A People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland provides a sustainable, autonomous means for Cleveland residents to share their first-hand accounts of police violence in the region. In this conversation, Drake and Williams will discuss the archive’s conception and development, lessons learned from the process, and its potential as a post-custodial model for other grassroots organizations protesting various forms of state violence.
Advisory archivist of A People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland; Doctoral Student at Harvard University Department of Anthropology
Team Leader, Digital Learning and Scholarship, Case Western Reserve University Library