Chicago Protest Collection: Digital Submissions

Chicago Protest Collection

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Building on a strong collection documenting 20th-century social and political activism in Chicago and the Midwest, the Newberry seeks to collect an enduring record of the many individual voices and personal expressions of Chicagoans participating in public demonstrations in the city or elsewhere. The library invites people to help document protests, counter-protests, and demonstrations of support for a variety of causes across the political spectrum.

 
Digital formats accepted:Our goal is to make as much content as possible available in a publicly accessible collection. 
 
Please select a format below, attach your files, and add the requested information; you may upload up to 20 MB of digital files at a time, and submit as many times as you like. To donate physical items such as signs or banners, see our guidelines on physical ephemera.