A comprehensive, cross-disciplinary resource of social history from ancient times to the present including books, articles, images, maps, primary documents, and more; exploring how others lived and live their lives, and how their lives shaped ours. Full-text. (NVCC)
Journals, magazines, and newspapers from ethnic and independent presses, including several African American presses (including the Washington Informer, Chicago Defender, Tri-State Defender, New Pittsburgh Courier, Sacramento Observer, and Bay State Banner).
- To search or browse within a specific newspaper, click on "Publications" and navigate to the title you want.
- To search within several African American newspapers at once, use "Advanced Search". In the Ethnic Group box select "African American/Caribbean/African". In the Source Type box select "Newspapers."
This digital archive offers oral histories assembled from interviews with African-Americans from all walks of life, including politicians, authors, civil rights activists, religious leaders, musicians, legal scholars, and more. (VIVA)