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Researching Black History Month – and Everyday Black History
Researching Black History Month – and Everyday Black History

Professor and author Matt Delmont talks about his digital media project, Black Quotidian, and the “messy” nature of history

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Scope of Black Panthers’ History Revealed in Video & Newspapers
Scope of Black Panthers’ History Revealed in Video & Newspapers

Discovery and digitization of the Black Panthers’ Archive provide researchers with a comprehensive view of a revolutionary movement.

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Showcasing Titles for Black History Month
Showcasing Titles for Black History Month

Syndetics Unbound has a dedicated team of book lovers who are invested in providing the best technology and service possible to libraries.

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The Historically Fraught Relations Between the FBI and Black Activists
The Historically Fraught Relations Between the FBI and Black Activists

Newly uncovered government documents about MLK provide a deeper glimpse into a history that is still unfolding

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An Open Resource for the Study of Black History in the U.S.
An Open Resource for the Study of Black History in the U.S.

Introducing the Black Freedom Struggle website, a selection of primary source documents for teaching and learning about the pursuit of civil rights.

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Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Including Black History Content
Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Including Black History Content

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Including Black History Content

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7 Ways to Disrupt the Normative Narrative in American History
7 Ways to Disrupt the Normative Narrative in American History

How to confront hard history according to Prof. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, author of Bloody Lowndes: Civil Rights and Black Power in Alabama's Black Belt

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Take Our Black History Month Literature Quiz!
Take Our Black History Month Literature Quiz!

Test your knowledge and explore unique research opportunities

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This week in history: Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation (part 2)
This week in history: Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation (part 2)

This is part 2 in a series noting the anniversary of President Lincoln's issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Dr. Howard Rambsy on Black Authors, Jay-Z, and New Perspectives on Race
Dr. Howard Rambsy on Black Authors, Jay-Z, and New Perspectives on Race

“It’s important for people to immerse themselves into a space where they’re discussing race and racism from others’ perspectives.”

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Take Our Black History Month Music Quiz!
Take Our Black History Month Music Quiz!

Test your knowledge and explore unique research opportunities

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Explore Freely Available Resource Guides on History Research Topics
Explore Freely Available Resource Guides on History Research Topics

Civil rights, 9/11, plagues and more

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The History and Impact of the African American Police League
The History and Impact of the African American Police League

Check out our podcast to learn more about the organization critical to the local and national Black freedom movement

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Women’s Voting Rights Turn 100; ProQuest Launches Open-Access Suffrage Collection
Women’s Voting Rights Turn 100; ProQuest Launches Open-Access Suffrage Collection

New Database Shows That Black Women Activists Were Central to Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment.

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The Hidden History of Segregation in Libraries
The Hidden History of Segregation in Libraries

Authors Wayne and Shirley Wiegand talk about a little-known chapter in the Civil Rights Movement.

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