The Maroon

Special Archives creates a collection to remember the Women’s March

Jessica Molina

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Monroe Library is collecting items from the Women’s March that took place on Jan 21. The archive project will recognize the importance of the march and the historical and social context of the activism-led movement. They are requesting donations of digital images, signs, recordings and other march related materials to their Special Collections and Archives. The donations will be included in a larger national project with an end goal of creating a digital aggregate.

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Jessica Molina, News Editor

Jessica is a mass communication senior with a concentration in public relations and a double major in Spanish language and culture. After working as a staff writer, Jessica is excited to take on her new position as News Editor.

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Special Archives creates a collection to remember the Women’s March