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The Human Rights Archive appreciates the generosity of individual benefactors for financial support. Most of its holdings have been received as gifts or acquired with support from donors. The Human Rights Archive welcomes inquiries from individuals or organizations interested in contributing to the Archive's holdings or supporting its programs in other ways.


To find out if your collection of personal papers, organizational records, books, or other materials documenting human rights history and activism are appropriate for the Human Rights Archive, please contact us. You may also want to review the Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library's Guide to Donating Materials. We do not accept unsolicited donations without written gift agreements and cannot guarantee that materials will be added to our collections.

Financial Gifts

Your financial gift to the Human Rights Archive is greatly appreciated and will support our work to provide access to books, manuscripts, photographs, digital media, and other materials that document the history of human rights activism, as well as our innovative outreach programs that help connect our resources to a broader audience. Our general operating fund is the Marshall T. Meyer Memorial Fund. Thank you for supporting the Human Rights Archive.