Join SAA Students and New Archives Professionals for our last #snaprt chat of the year! Mark your calendars for our next #snaprt Twitter chat on Thursday, December 15, at 8 PM ET. We will discuss the role of archival advocacy among SNAPers. For our December 15 chat the SNAP Twitter account will pose main questions such as:
- What is our role as SNAPers to push the profession to be more inclusive?
- How can we make ourselves more visible to those in and outside of the profession?
- What advice do you have for those trying to find their place within the field and within advocacy efforts?
- For those engaged in advocacy efforts, how have you tried to avoid burn-out?
- How can we support each other in the work that we do?
We welcome everyone to join or keep up with this chat using the #snaprt hashtag on Twitter.
If you would like to have a discussion topic included in this chat, please send it to @SNAP_Roundtable on Twitter, submit it through the anonymous form on the SNAP RT chat webpage or e-mail the SNAP RT Senior Social Media Coordinator at email@example.com
Here some resources related to the chat you may want to check out:
- SAA Women Archivists Roundtable Post-Election Twitter Chat https://storify.com/gschechter/saa-war
- Various articles found on Medium’s “On Archivy” page https://medium.com/on-archivy
- The Archivists and Archives of Color Roundtable Twitter Chat on Intersectionality https://storify.com/aacr_roundtable/aacr-intersectionality
- “Moving Past ‘Diversity and Inclusion; In Troubling Times: A Response to the SAA” by Des Alaniz on Hack Library School https://hacklibraryschool.com/2016/12/06/moving-past-diversity-and-inclusion-in-troubling-times-a-response-to-the-saa/
- “Leaders of AACR, LACCHA, LAGAR on Orlando & Archivists’ Role in Creating a More Diverse Society” on Issues & Advocacy https://issuesandadvocacy.wordpress.com/2016/06/29/leaders-of-aacr-laccha-lagar-on-orlando-archivists-role-in-creating-a-more-diverse-society/