Black Women in Radio (BWIR) Partners With The Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force

Black Women In Radio (BWIR) is celebrating another milestone as an active partner of the Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force (RPTF). The RPTF was created by the Library of Congress’s National Recording Preservation Board (NRPB) in 2014 to facilitate preservation of, scholarship on, and educational uses of radio materials held by formal collecting institutions and private collectors throughout the country. In addition to the partnership, BWIR will actively participate in themed caucus groups and provide collections for inclusion in the National Radio Recordings Database and educational projects. Love is a member of the African American and Civil Rights Caucus, and the College, Community, and Educational Radio caucus.

“We have been intentional about making a significant contribution to education and research and I am pleased to have earned a partnership with the Library of Congress’s Radio Preservation Task Force (RPTF) to expand our efforts with such a distinguished group of scholars, archivists, collectors, and researchers,” said Love.

Black Women In Radio (BWIR) is successfully connecting thousands of minority women from multi-generations to celebrate their significance and professional contributions to Black radio culture on a National platform.

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