The question of who and how we remember is fundamentally an issue of social justice.
A Unitarian Universalist archive involves more than simply collecting UU materials; it means applying our UU values and principles to how the archive functions. One way we do that is through our special collections. A special collection is a series of archival collections pertaining to a single event, theme, or movement within Unitarian Universalism. Special collections are a vital part of the Meadville Lombard Archives and Special Collections because they empower communities underserved by archives to preserve and make accessible their history.