MIRANDA MIMS is the Joseph N. Lambert and Harold B. Schleifer Director of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation at the University of Rochester. She is the co-founder of the Nomadic Archivist Project (NAP), an awardee of the Society of American Archivists Foundation (SAAF). NAP is an archival initiative devoted to developing relationships and beginning conversations around preserving legacy, memory, connection, and trust in the African diaspora. Mims is the author of the article, “Archival-Futurism: Archives as Social Justice,” co-author of “Library Archaeology: Reconstructing a Catalog of the Arthur A. Schomburg Book and Pamphlet Collection,” and is co-editing the forthcoming anthology, The Evidence: Black Archivists Holding Memory, which will explore the archival experience across the global Black world. She serves on the board of Hauser & Wirth Institute, a private foundation whose mission is to foster innovation and advance equity in the field of artists’ archives, and serves on the Regents Advisory Council on Libraries, an advisory committee to the New York State Board of Regents.