ARCHIVE: Cuban 27N Movement

Collected by: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation

Archived since: Mar, 2021

Description: The Cuban 27N Movement Web Archive preserves and provides access to a broad range of websites related to the Cuban 27N Movement initiated in November 2020 by protesters in Havana, Cuba, demanding freedom of expression and other civil rights. Built by Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez (Princeton University), Jill Baron (Dartmouth College), Holly Ackerman (Duke University), and Lizabel Mónica (Princeton University) — under the auspices of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation — the Archive focuses on websites produced by activists and supporters within and outside of Cuba, non-governmental organizations, Cuban alternative presses, and online periodicals on politics, art, and culture in order to guarantee that these potentially ephemeral websites are preserved and remain accessible to researchers and scholars for years to come.
Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Spontaneous Events,  Society & Culture,  Civil rights,  Protest movements,  Freedom of expression

Creator:   Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation

Coverage:   Cuba