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ProQuest Resources: Alexander Street

The Langston Hughes Memorial Library recently acquired to new databases in an effort to continue to provide appropriate research resources to support the curricular endeavors at Lincoln University.

Black Thought & Culture

Containing over 10,000 pages, Black Thought and Culture is a magnificent resource for research on Black culture. Primarily focused on the non-fiction writing of American black leaders, this resources covers over 250 years of history.

One example includes, Assata: An Autobiography

Subject areas

Abolition

African Americans

Affirmative Action

Artists

Black Culture

Black Studies

Civil Rights

Philosophy

HELP!!!

Signing in to the Databases

Access to Library Resources

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Faculty and students may use the Ask-a-Librarian and chat services for help accessing the library’s print and electronic resources.

OR

Go to the library's website, click on LibGuides or Databases then click on 

LibChat Schedule for Fall 2021

Sunday noon-8:00pm ;  Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm ; Friday 8am-5pm ; Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm

 

African Diaspora: 1860-Present

Containing books, videos, and documents, African Diaspora: 1860 to Present allows scholars to discover the migrations, communities, and ideologies of the African Diaspora through the voices of people of African descent. These digitized primary source documents include personal papers, organizational papers, journals, newsletters, court documents, letters, and ephemera.

 

Access this book online at this link. (You will be asked to log in with your university ID and last name).

Subject areas

Africa

Arts

Colonialism

Pan-Africanism

Race Discrimination

Social Activism