As the person who initiated meetings leading to the founding of
ARSC, we were trying to find out who had what and get these various
collectors and collections talking to one another.
ARSC has become a group I probably never dreamed could do the
things that are being done for preservation, for working with LC and
other organizations, with grants for research, and copyright issues;
But to get into "behavioral issues" was never the purpose or the
bailiwick of this organization other than copyright issues. Working with
people of any ideology other than my own would not keep me from my tasks
and work with ARSC members.
I now work as editor of two publications of our large writers
organization. The only things I reject are 'straight political,' unless
it is part of a larger story, and 'rants.'
I agree with Kurt. ARSC should not be concerned with 'diversity'
given we have that in all the recordings we are hoping to preserve. Find
collectors and invite them in!
*Trescott Research - Paul T. Jackson *
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On 7/19/2020 5:24 PM, Corey Bailey wrote:
> Hi All,
> In the last newsletter, there was an open letter to the ARSC
> membership titled "Letters to the Editor" by Kurt Nauck.
> Anyone care to comment on that letter?
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering