[Freedom archives news] Ways to Use The Freedom Archives and Stay Connected
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Wed Apr 8 10:30:56 EDT 2020
Dear Friends, Family, Comrades and Supporters,
We hope this finds you physically, mentally and spiritually well. During
this trying time we're particularly thinking about our loved ones most
affected by covid-19 and send strength and solidarity to those
collaborating across borders and bars; advocating for our societies'
most vulnerable and continuing the struggle for self-determination and a
better tomorrow. As we all continue to adjust to life during a pandemic,
we wanted to reach out and let you know about ways to stay connected to
the stories of struggle and resistance.
*Ways to Use Our Archives and Stay Connected:*
*Explore <https://search.freedomarchives.org/search.php?s=> *our 3000+
digitized documents. Recently added collections include California
Prison Struggles; Prison Newspapers and The MLN-M (The Movimiento de
*Watch <https://vimeo.com/user4902578>* the over 80 videos. From
Cointelpro Extra Features to The Looters in Concert to Interviews with
Political Prisoners; there's so much so see.
*Use <https://freedomarchives.org/projects/curriculum/>*our curricula to
learn, teach and facilitate online education! Check out the Symbols of
Resistance curriculum to pair with the documentary or use as a
We're still sending out unique and important social movement news and
information on our *email lists
<https://freedomarchives.org/get-involved/get-email-updates/>*. You can
also follow us on *Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/freedomarchives>*
and check back to our website for updates, new materials and resources.
Nathaniel and Claude
Freedom Archives 522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415
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