Authority can limit our access to information, destroy institutions that constitute our memory or forever interrupt the flow of experience and knowledge from our past, however, there is a narrow opportunity where we can break this cycle: narrating our past. Thus, history becomes a collectively democratized record of our past and opens new paths to reconnect with the past achievement (and failures) and build bridges with the generations to come. Moreover; definition of the past will nourish the imagination of the masses and hopefully strengthen those with tools to combat censorship and oppression in various forms today.
In an effort to radically commonize memory, we compiled the press archive of Devrimci Yol, one of Turkey’s largest political movements in the 70’s.
Archive consists of the following publications:
Devrimci Yol Archive is the largest digital archive compiled about the movement’s publications.