Volume 31, Number 1 (2013) Special Issue on AdvocacyIn September 2012, a crisis occurred with the Georgia Archives when the Secretary of State announced that the institution would close to the public on November 1. Immediately, archivists, patrons, legislators, and others rallied to protect the Georgia Archives. Their continued efforts to demonstrate the necessity of keeping the Georgia Archives open made local and national news. This special issue of Provenance documents these events and provides a variety of perspectives on the importance of archival advocacy.
Provenance XXXI, Issue 1, Special Issue on Advocacy
Georgia Archives Advocacy: Organization, Communication, Education
Vivian Price Saffold and Elizabeth S. Olson
Evolving Advocacy: The Society of Georgia Archivists and the Georgia Archives Budget Crisis
Courtney Chartier and Sarah Quigley
Persuasion, Promotion, Perception: Untangling Archivists' Understanding of Advocacy and Outreach
Jeremy Brett and Jasmine Jones
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