Living Archive in Formation
Literature and the Humanities have traditionally held a special place in times of suppression of people’s most basic human rights-- of health, freedom and an equal opportunity to prosper.
But alas, far too often there is an artificial divide between the grass roots writers who tap into the pulse beat of the moment and culture, and those whose works become resources for students and scholars looking at history, language, philosophy and ethics. There is a false separation between marginalized and voiceless people, whose stories are told by experts in the humanities and social sciences, and those whose works are seriously studied and accepted.
We invite you to stay turned as we develop this section of our website one story at a time, to bring forth the voices of those whose stories have been silenced and unsung at a moment of time when the urgency is growing day by day.