Archiving the Black Lives Matter Movement

This guide is designed to provide resources on archiving the Black Lives Matter movement.

For more information on conducting oral history interviews, you can contact Folk Arts Coordinator for Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts, Virginia Siegel, below.

Illustration of many faces of different colors

Image from: The National Museum of African American History and Culture Talking about Race web portal, "Bias" webpage https://nmaahc.si.edu/learn/talking-about-race/topics/bias

Resources for Conducting Oral Histories of the BLM Movement

Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts Interview Documentation Templates

To donate an interview to Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts and the University of Arkansas Libaries Division of Special Collections, the following two (2) forms are required. Feel free to use these forms as templates for your own projects.

Additional details about the interview will always make your recordings more accessible for research in the future. The following forms are templates we use to record additional information about our interviews so that researchers can more easily explore interview contents and/or learn about the context within which the interview was conducted.