A photo of every protest: Stanford archivists memorialize activism as it unfolds (Stanford Daily)

Stanford Daily: A photo of every protest: Stanford archivists memorialize activism as it unfolds. “…every year, the graduating class Wacky Walks its way to Commencement — and risks exiting Stanford without leaving a trace. The University Archives address these questions of legacy and memory for students by piecing together the tangible items each class leaves behind, documenting student life across time. From Vietnam-era anti-war posters to photographs of the Fossil Free Stanford protest, the Archives aim to actively transcribe history as it unfolds in the present.”

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