Series 2, Social Justice Center Records, 1981-2001
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Peace Offerings, 1984-1995

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1 cubic ft. and 30 Digital Files
Scope and Content:
This series is comprised of records generated by the store Peace Offerings in its day-to-day operations as a gift shop. This includes log sheets, inventories, time sheets, and meeting minutes of the steering committee. In addition, this series contains promotional materials from the store and from vendors, such as signs, press releases, fliers, and educational videos. This series also contains materials from the Cultural Marketplace Tour, where artisans from Mexico, Bolivia, and Ecuador visited the store. There is also a small amount of electronic records in this series, split between administrative material and conference material for the Dismantling Racism Project.
Arranged alphabetically, with electronic records at the end.

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