California Revealed strives to engage in memory work that is reparative and reflexive, acting as a bridge between heritage organizations and the communities they serve.

We seek to expand the historical narrative of California by collaborating with regional organizations, including public libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, and community groups, to digitize, preserve, and provide online access to their archival materials. 

We aim to lower the barriers to digitization by providing equitable access to free services and training. Our work serves as a model to empower communities and individuals within and beyond California to preserve and share their own stories using approachable digital tools and archival practices.