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Welcome to the Manitos Digital Resolana

Welcome to the Manitos Digital Resolana

The Manitos Digital Resolana is a virtual gathering space for manitos, as people from rural northern New Mexico and southern Colorado call themselves. In many villages throughout this region, the resolana is the sunny side of a building, where people congregate to converse and share knowledge and wisdom. This Digital Resolana will serve as a space for people from these rural communities and their urban diasporas, where people connected to these villages now live, to reconnect, recollect, record, and reflect…

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Building Community Archives: August TBD

Building Community Archives: August TBD

BUILDING COMMUNITY ARCHIVES A remote monthly symposium via Zoom The Building a Community Archive series is a chance to talk with archival professionals and community historians about topics such as the ethics of story collection, organizing a community archive project, permissions and privacy, and anti-racist metadata to decolonize the archive and how to better represent communities of color.  All events are free, but advance registration is required. This event page will be updated as final date/time and event program information…

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Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 4

Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 4

A series of Zoom events designed for Contributors to the Manitos Community Memory Archive, including but not

limited to Site Partners and Community Historians. Each event will be a dialogue between Manitos Archive

Omeka-S Specialist and Administrator, Amy Winter, and a guest Archive Contributor.

Building Community Archives: July TBD

Building Community Archives: July TBD

BUILDING COMMUNITY ARCHIVES A remote monthly symposium via Zoom The Building a Community Archive series is a chance to talk with archival professionals and community historians about topics such as the ethics of story collection, organizing a community archive project, permissions and privacy, and anti-racist metadata to decolonize the archive and how to better represent communities of color.  All events are free, but advance registration is required. This event page will be updated as final date/time and event program information…

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Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 3

Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 3

A series of Zoom events designed for Contributors to the Manitos Community Memory Archive, including but not

limited to Site Partners and Community Historians. Each event will be a dialogue between Manitos Archive

Omeka-S Specialist and Administrator, Amy Winter, and a guest Archive Contributor.

Building Community Archives: June TBD

Building Community Archives: June TBD

BUILDING COMMUNITY ARCHIVES A remote monthly symposium via Zoom The Building a Community Archive series is a chance to talk with archival professionals and community historians about topics such as the ethics of story collection, organizing a community archive project, permissions and privacy, and anti-racist metadata to decolonize the archive and how to better represent communities of color.  All events are free, but advance registration is required. This event page will be updated as final date/time and event program information…

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Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 2

Manitos Metadata Platica: Session 2

A series of Zoom events designed for Contributors to the Manitos Community Memory Archive, including but not

limited to Site Partners and Community Historians. Each event will be a dialogue between Manitos Archive

Omeka-S Specialist and Administrator, Amy Winter, and a guest Archive Contributor.

Acequias: Water Sharing and Megadrought

Acequias: Water Sharing and Megadrought

Join the NMAA for a gathering to discuss mega-drought and the climate crisis. Community leaders will share how they are responding through ancestral wisdom, collaboration, and fierce dedication toour communities.

TONIGHT Tuesday May 18th from 6:00-8:00 pm
Online using Zoom OR phone!

This PART ONE event will include an overview of recent drought monitor and climate data and sessions on water sharing practices within and between acequias.

TCHS: Reflections on Three Trails w/ Dr. Rick Hendricks, Saturday, April, 3rd, 2pm

TCHS: Reflections on Three Trails w/ Dr. Rick Hendricks, Saturday, April, 3rd, 2pm

The Taos County Historical Society Presents: Reflections on Three Trails The Camino Real, the Santa Fe Trail and the Old Spanish Trail are a significant part of New Mexico and Taos history. The Camino Real was extended northward out of New Spain in 1598 by Juan de Onate. Rick Henrick’s research on the Camino Real focuses upon the period of the Reconquest 1692-1693 through the papers of Governor Diego de Vargas. The advent of Mexican Independence in 1821 coincided with…

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Building Community Archives: Community Archives in a Global Context

Building Community Archives: Community Archives in a Global Context

Decolonization, restorative justice, and intersectionality, what do these terms mean and how are they structurally integrated in the building a community archive? Jon Voss of Shift Collective will explore how we can center the needs of community-based archives in the broader global context of description and discovery. This conversation will introduce two efforts in particular that are underway and consider how community-based archives use subject headings and descriptive language, or may or may not want to participate in networked finding…

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