What have you done in the first 100 days of the new presidential administration? Join us to share how you have engaged, connected and collaborated on campus, off campus, on your own, or with others in 2017. The First 100 Days is a nonpartisan initiative. The First 100 Days is a collaboration between the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, Women*s Center, Princeton University Library and Princeton Progressive to both highlight the power and impact of campus activism and also capture and record community actions, ideas and responses for future generations of students and researchers. The First 100 Days will include two events in March and April to collect, document and record the many ways the campus community is taking action and culminate in a physical exhibit of activism in May 2017.
All manner of activism materials are welcome: photos, posters, post-cards, drawings, letters, emails, personal reflections and narratives, etc. Princeton University Library staff will be on hand to facilitate the collection process. All materials collected will help to create an exhibit scheduled for May highlighting this time at Princeton University, after the exhibit many materials will ultimately reside in the University Archives and be accessible to all on campus and in the community for future reading, understanding and research.
- Don’t want to part with your awesome poster? That’s OK, bring it with you and have it photographed for the collection. Or take a photo yourself and bring the file to share.
- Don’t have a physical something to contribute, but want to share your story? That’s great too! Staff will be on hand to offer ways to capture your narrative.
- Planning to go to a rally, march or other event sometime soon? Use this time to create something to share your message!
Attendees will get some awesome Women*s Center and Pace Center swag and enjoy yummy snacks and goodies!