- Toward Ethical and Inclusive Descriptive Practices in UCLA Library Special Collections
- Content Advisory Policy
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- Access to Unprocessed Collections Policy
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Library Special Collections acquires, stewards, and makes accessible materials that document history, society, and culture. See Library Special Collections' Principles for Collecting Material.
Our collections may include images or language that are harmful, offensive, discriminatory, or graphic. These might include materials that document violence, racist, homophobic, transphobic, gender-phobic, or sexist propaganda, etc. LSC's stewardship of offensive or harmful materials does not represent an endorsement of content or viewpoints.
Historically, Library Special Collections has not provided a content advisory or presented additional context surrounding these items. Staff are engaged in addressing and contextualizing this content and language moving forward. To report harmful content in our digitized archival or bibliographic materials hosted on the UCLA Digital Library, or to request that a content advisory be added to hosted content, please use this form to submit a request.
To report harmful content in our digitized archival or bibliographic materials hosted on the UCLA Digital Library, or to request that a content advisory be added to hosted content, please use the Reporting Potentially Offensive Content and Description in Library Special Collections form to submit a request.
Reports will be reviewed and considered by LSC staff in accordance with professional best practices and codes of ethics. Possible outcomes of reporting include:
- Materials and description remain as-is
- Addition of contextual description and/or supplemental content advisory statements
In rare cases, items may be suppressed from public online access. More information about descriptive practices in LSC can be found in our statement Toward Ethical and Inclusive Descriptive Practices in UCLA Library Special Collections.