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Whether researching a person, place or event in Black History and culture, or learning about the history of the ongoing demands for racial justice, students and scholars seek comprehensive resources that span time. Only ProQuest provides a spectrum of material from the fight for liberation under slavery to the struggles for civil rights of the 20th century. Working in partnership with unique content providers, including the NAACP and the Chicago Defender, ProQuest’s multidisciplinary content includes historical newspapers, archival documents, government records, images, books, video, magazines and more.
Civil Rights Resource Guide
The Civil Rights Movement is one of the most inspiring and important social movements in American History. Explore three Civil Rights research topics -- Community Studies, Women in the Civil Rights Movement and NAACP Policy Positions -- with Ebooks, primary sources, video and more.Learn More
ProQuest Black Studies – New!
ProQuest Black Studies brings together ProQuest’s award-winning Black Studies content into one destination for research, teaching and learning. It combines primary and secondary sources in an easy-to-use interface that enables students to find the resources they need, by topic pages, timelines, collection pages and more.Learn More
Alexander Street Black Studies Collections
Experience black studies from a new perspective. These interdisciplinary resources feature rare and unique materials that survey the black experience throughout history, culture, literature, arts, drama and more.Learn More