EastSide Arts Alliance is establishing the Third World Community Archival Resource Project (CARP), housing a permanent collection of archival materials of audio, video, print, and digital documentation of the past and current histories of Third World communities and social movements (with a particular focus on the Bay Area from the 1960s to present).

 

This living and active archive will have an interactive function to service local communities through lectures, readings, forums, exhibitions, film showings, book fairs, oral history projects, public art projects, and the reproduction of primary resources to be accessible to residents, students and cultural workers.

Community Archival Resource Project 

(CARP)

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