This event has been postponed by the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives in solidarity with GSOC-UAW Local 2110. Please check the Taminment Library's Twitter feed for details and updates.
Celebrate the recent digitization of the Beyond the Pale radio program, which was completed with support from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Recordings at Risk program.
Join Beyond the Pale co-hosts Marilyn Neimark and Esther Kaplan as they revisit episodes of their radio program, Beyond the Pale, which was a weekly radio program designed to provide a progressive, Jewish perspective on issues confronting the United States. The program aired on WBAI/Pacifica Radio in New York from 1995 to 2014. The topics addressed included the peace process in the Middle East, Jewish culture and artistry, responses to and confrontation of the Radical Right, Ethiopian Jewry, Zionism, domestic violence in the Jewish community, racism, and myriad other issues.
NYU’s Tamiment Library holds the entire archive of Beyond the Pale, which consists of analog and digital audio recordings. Tamiment will reformat and preserve over eight hundred at-risk elements recorded on a variety of legacy formats. The project will digitize a substantial portion of these unique recordings for preservation, which will enable NYU to conduct archival arrangement and description, and update the collection’s finding aid with streaming audio files.
Link to RSVP here. This event is presented as part of NYU Libraries' Preservation Week series of programming. More information can be found on the NYU Preservation Week website.