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A comprehensive collection of scholarship that focuses on the lives and events which have shaped African American and African history and culture. Contains scholarly articles, reference works, primary sources, timelines, biographies, images, maps, charts and tables, and film clips, among many other things.
Black Women in America: A Historical Encyclopedia by Darlene Clark Hine, editor in chief
Call Number: Ref E185.86 .B542 2005 (3 vols.)
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This revised second edition includes biographical and topical entries dealing with African African Women. Many entries include extensive bibliographies.
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This is a key starting place for research in several different fields, providing bibliographies on current scholarship on topics from the social sciences and humanities.
Sam Pollard (Director), Sam Pollard (Producer), Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) Studios (Producer), (2012). Slavery by Another Name. Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service. [Streaming Video]. Retrieved from video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/slavery-by-another-name database
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