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May 17, 2022

The Big Ten Academic Alliance announces support for Reveal Digital

The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) has made a group commitment to support the new Reveal Digital publishing program Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements. All 15 member libraries are participating in this agreement, which totals more than $500,000.

Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements is a three-year program that will bring libraries and archives together to develop, fund and digitize primary source collections on the histories of civil rights activism by the everyday citizens… Read more»

April 27, 2022

Reveal Digital announces new publishing program: Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements

Reveal Digital is committed to making underrepresented perspectives from historical events visible to researchers everywhere. In partnership with libraries and archives, we have been uncovering these important primary sources, enabling innovative scholarship and a more complex understanding of the past.

Today, we are pleased to announce Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements, a new program to digitize the histories of civil rights activism by the everyday citizens of Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Asian American/Pacific Islander communities.… Read more»

October 25, 2021

MSU Libraries helps Reveal Digital’s upcoming collection to become OA

Since 2013, Michigan State University Libraries has been a remarkable partner for Reveal Digital, one of the first libraries to provide seed money for what was then a new, experimental publishing model for Open Access primary source collections. The Murray & Hong Special Collections Library provided thousands of pages of content from their renowned American Radicalism Collection for Reveal Digital’s Independent Voices collection, contributing source material for some of its most important magazines and newspapers, including <a… Read more»

June 7, 2021

Reveal Digital: Helping underrepresented voices be heard

Reveal Digital develops Open Access primary source collections, with content curated and sourced from a wide array of libraries, museums, historical societies, and individual collectors, and funds pooled from library partners through a crowd-publishing model. These collections bring together fragmented documentary material from under-represented 20th century voices of dissent. Items showcased below are highlights from recently launched collections.

Collection spotlight American Prison Newspapers, 1800-2020: Voices from the Inside

Launched last year, Reveal Digital’s American Prison NewspapersRead more»