Welcome to a new blog series, PACSCL Spotlight: Amplifying BIPOC Voices in the Field, which seeks to center BIPOC voices in library and archives work by providing a space for BIPOC workers to share their experience in the field. Each month, the series will highlight one of PACSCL’s BIPOC community members, including staff, interns, and student workers.

Welcome to a new blog series, PACSCL Spotlight: Amplifying BIPOC Voices in the Field, which seeks to center BIPOC voices in library and archives work by providing a space for BIPOC workers to share their experience in the field. Each month, the series will highlight one of PACSCL’s BIPOC community members, including staff, interns, and student workers.

Eleanor V. Masterson, DO. (1957) Director of Clinics with Chief Nurse Mrs. Rosalie Clark, RN. 1974

Welcome to a new blog series, PACSCL Spotlight: Amplifying BIPOC Voices in the Field, which seeks to center BIPOC voices in library and archives work by providing a space for BIPOC workers to share their experience in the field. Each month, the series will highlight one of PACSCL’s BIPOC community members, including staff, interns, and student workers.

As archivists and special collections professionals, we acknowledge our role in creating the historic record and the necessity of attending to the ethics of protecting confidentiality while documenting protests and police abuse.