The following partners have contributed post-custodial collections to LADI. Follow the links below to learn more about each partner’s work and affiliated collections.


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Archivo General e Histórico del Poder Ejecutivo de Michoacán
Michoacán’s state archive was created in parallel with the state of the same name in 1824, but was repeatedly ransacked in its first century of existence. Much material was stolen in the insurrections of the 1830s and 1840s. In 1863, during the French intervention, the archive was moved by the state’s liberal government to Uruapan, where it was incinerated in a siege. The collection was ... Read more.



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Archivo Judicial del Estado de Puebla
The archive is located within the facilities of the Superior Court of Justice of the State of Puebla, which resolves civil, family, commercial, and juvenile judicial disputes. These types of judicial disputes determine the organization of the archive. The archive has a historical collection (from the 16th century until 1900), divided into one of ‘concentration’ (until 2000), and another of ‘procedure’ ... Read more.



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Mission: To promote and conduct social, cultural, and historical research; to produce knowledge, and to disseminate academic outputs that contribute to enhancing the skills of various populations, as well as facilitating their involvement in the development of sustainable development in the autonomous regions and the country as a whole. Vision: We are a center dedicated to social and ... Read more.



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Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamérica
The Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamérica (CIRMA) is a nonprofit Guatemalan foundation of an educational, scientific, academic, and cultural mission that is unaffiliated to any political or religious organization. Since its foundation in 1978, its efforts have focused on the recovery, organization, conservation, preservation, and dissemination of the visual and documentary ... Read more.


Equipe de Articulação e Assessorias às Comunidades Negras do Vale do Ribeira
EAACONE traces its origins to the Movimento dos Ameaçados por Barragens (MOAB), which began its work in 1989. MOAB emerged in response to the proposed construction of a series of hydroelectric dams along the Ribeira de Iguape River, which if approved, would have resulted in the expulsion of thousands of people, and particularly residents of quilombo communities. The dams ... Read more.



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Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen
The Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen (MUPI) is a civilian initiative founded in 1996 and dedicated to the research, recovery, preservation, and dissemination of the historical and cultural heritage of El Salvador. Its educational program promotes activities related to historical memory, human rights, and the culture of peace, creating spaces for reflection on the problems ... Read more.



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Proceso de Comunidades Negras
We are a collective of organizations of Black Communities that consolidated in the early 90s after the union of several efforts within the social movement that sought to influence the Constituyente of 1991 in which Colombia acquired the denomination of "multi-ethnic and multicultural" nation. We unite more than 120 grassroots organizations, community councils and people who continue to ... Read more.