Collaborating Across Communities: Building an Inclusive Indigenous Media Collection

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In this video, Angela Carreño, Head of Collections/Latin American Librarian at New York University and Sandy Enriquez, Outreach & Community Engagement Librarian within Special Collections Public Services at the University of California Riverside, share information and a poster about the archiving of 2,400 audiovisual works collected through the Native American Film and Video Festival (1979-2011). This unique collection, by and about indigenous peoples, represents a vast diversity of native languages, cultures and worldviews from all over the Americas. This video supplements the session "Collaborating Across Communities: Building an Inclusive Indigenous Media Collection" given at the 2019 ATALM annual conference held in Temecula, California on October 8-11, 2019.