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Use the tabs above to find library databases. For help, contact Lynn Parliman (parliman@fordham.edu) or Luisa Porretta (porretta@fordham.edu)

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GALE EBOOKS RACE AND SOCIAL INJUSTICE COLLECTION

A collection of twenty-nine Ebooks to encourage learning and research in systemic racism, social injustice, and anti-racism. Encompasses subject areas in race and ethnic relations, anthropology, politics, journalism, ethnic and women’s studies, Black studies, and policing.

ACCESS WORLD NEWS RESEARCH COLLECTION

From Readex/Newsbank. Full-text news resource consisting of over 12,800 local, regional, national and international sources (over 7,900 US and 4,900 international sources). Updated daily, it offers researchers and students valuable primary source information on today’s issues and events from newspapers, newswires, transcripts, video clips, web only, and blogs. Subscribed content 1976-present.

BLACK LIFE IN AMERICA 1976 to Today

From Readex/Newsbank. Comprehensive coverage of the African American experience, as it was written. Covers not just people and events, but also achievements and impacts. Updated daily, this resource offers deep coverage on a variety of perspectives from over 12,000 local, regional, national, and international news sources. Provides the researcher full text/keyword searching, as well as, access to content by eras in African American history, topics, people and events.

 

TEMPORARY FREE ACCESS:

JSTOR (COLLECTIONS, JOURNALS, PRIMARY SOURCES - ENDS 6/30/22)  

UMMAA BOOKS (ENDS 9/30/21)

Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, in collaboration with University of Michigan Press, opens its entire catalog until September 30th - more than 200 titles on archaeology and anthropology, many of them classics. Ignore light blue box inside database.

 

 

 

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