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#HoldAugieAccountable Protest Collection

Collected by: Augustana College

Archived since: Oct, 2016


The Hold Augie Accountable protest was held in October 2016, following an incident involving racist statements chalked around Augustana’s campus. This collection documents the chalking incident, the protest, and the immediate aftermath of the protest, including policy decisions made by Augustana administrators and students’ reactions.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Politics & Elections ,  Society & Culture Black lives matter movement College students -- Political activity -- Illinois -- 21st century Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Rock Island -- 21st century Freedom of speech Graffiti -- Political aspects -- United States Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 2016 Social justice Student movements -- Illinois -- Rock Island -- 21st century Trump, Donald, 1946-

Egyptian Society, Arts, and Politics

Collected by: American University in Cairo

Archived since: Feb, 2013


The Egyptian Society, Arts, and Politics collection provides access to local and regional web content relating to Egyptian culture, religion, economics, government, and arts. It contains web documents such as blog posts, Twitter feeds, videos, and news articles relating to social, economic, and political topics in Egypt. The American University in Cairo Rare Books and Special Collections Library began archiving web content for this collection in February 2013.

Subject:   Politics & Elections ,  Society & Culture Arts & Humanities Culture Egypt Religion Politics and government Economics Arts and society

Idle No More

Collected by: McGill University School of Information Studies

Archived since: Jan, 2018


This collection contains websites, social networks, and news articles related to the Indigenous civil rights movement Idle No More. Founded in December 2012 by Nina Wilson, Sheelah Mclean, Sylvia McAdam, and Jessica Gordon, Idle No More is an ongoing, Canada-wide phenomenon involving multiple First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, as well as some allies in settler communities. The movement has also been active in the United States, and in New Zealand.

Subject:   Politics & Elections ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Indigenous Peoples--Civil rights Indigenous Peoples--Government relations Indigenous Peoples--Social conditions Canada Social Justice Decolonization Treaties

Open Government, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jul, 2010


Open Government promotes transparency in government via open government and public access to state spending data.

Subject:   Government,  Politics & Elections ,  Transparency in government -- Tennessee.

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