Jarrett Martin Drake is an educator, ethnographer, and organizer who is currently a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at Harvard University. Prior to pursuing a doctoral degree, Drake obtained a B.A. in history and an M.S. in information science with a concentration in archives, during and after which he worked as an archivist and librarian in multiple institutional and non-institutional contexts, most meaningfully with A People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland. Drake was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, where he graduated from The Benjamin Banneker Achievement Center.

  • Jarrett Drake Memory Work Chicago

    Emancipatory Historical Memory Workshop, Chicago Torture Justice Center, Chicago, Ill.

  • Mandela Dialogues Valkai Group Sri Lanka

    Mandela Dialogues on Memory Work, Valkai Group, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka

  • Documenting the Now Workshop Los Angeles

    Documenting the Now Activist Workshop, Southern California Library, Los Angeles, Calif.

  • Jarrett Drake Keynote Address Milwaukee Wisconsin

    Keynote Address at the Digital Library Federation Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference, Milwaukee, Wisc.

  • Documenting the Now Workshop Portland

    Documenting the Now Activist Workshop, Dismantle Change Build Center, Portland, Ore.

  • Jarrett Drake at Princeton University in 2016

    Archiving Student Activism at Princeton (ASAP) Project, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J.