The Awl writes about The Struggle for the Occupy Wall Street Archives and mentions that the remnants and ephemera from this year’s protest may end up in Brooklyn Heights. At least temporarily:
The Awl: Only about a hundred of the items are catalogued, so far. The group needs to find a space and time to process all the materials. They’ve recently been offered a shared space in Brooklyn Heights, which may mean that they can finally remove the materials from SIS, and from various people’s apartments. They’re continuing to talk to [NYU library] Tamiment about that being the eventual permanent home for the materials, but it’s hard to say what will happen. There is no legal entity at the heart of OWS that “owns” this collection. Whose signature might go on a donation agreement is not clear.