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The Digital Archive

The University of Arizona’s Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry and the University of Arizona Libraries’ Special Collections are collaborating as the Archival Partner with dozens of U.S.-Mexico borderlands artists, advocates, journalists, and cultural practitioners to build and activate a digital archive of projects aimed at Reclaiming the Border Narrative, advancing migrant justice, and addressing gaps in the archival record.

Contributors

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Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras
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Aliento
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Evan Apodaca
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Alejandra Aragón
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ASAP
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Yunuen Bonaparte
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Border Arts Corridor
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Borderlands Theater
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Conecta Arizona
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Cora Cervantes
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Espacio Migrante
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David Damian Figueroa
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FIRRP
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The FRONT at Casa Familiar
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Nansi Guevara
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Xelestiál Moreno-Luz
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NI EN MORE
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Dr. Guillermina Gina Núñez
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Rubí Orozco
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Naomi Ortiz
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NMILC
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Raul Pizarro
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Yosimar Reyes
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RGISC
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La Semilla Food Center
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TransLatin@ Coalition
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Eileen Truax
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Trucha
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Samuel Valdez
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Voces Unidas

Events

Archive Launch

March 16, 6-10pm
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson 
265 South Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701 

We’re challenging and changing the stories about migration and the borderlands. Come be a part of it! 

Award-winning author Luis Alberto Urrea is coming to Tucson to help UA Libraries’ Special Collections and Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry celebrate the launch of the Reclaiming the Border Narrative digital archive. 

View and download the event program [PDF 90KB]

Keynote Speaker

Luis Alberto Urrea

Luis Alberto Urrea

Writer

Digital Archive Presentation

Verónica Reyes-Escudero

Verónica Reyes-Escudero

Katheryne B. Willock Head of Special Collections
University of Arizona Libraries

Music & Dance Party

Mizkoden at turntables

MizSkoden (Emilia Villegas) 

DJ & Producer