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Use this guide to find resources for projects in Black Studies.
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This guide will direct you to research resources suitable for topics in Black Studies. 

Contact Laurie Sauer, the librarian liaison to the Black Studies department, with questions or for further help.



Langston Hughes, foreground, poses for a photograph in his boyhood hometown of Lawrence, Kan., in this circa 1914 photo. Hughes left Lawrence a year later to live with his mother in Lincoln, Ill. He eventually moved to New York where he became the literary stalwart of the Harlem Renaissance cultural movement of the 1920s. Man in background is unidentified. (AP Photo and caption, January 01, 1914, from the AP Images database.)


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This unique online resource is a source for full text content surrounding the theme of Black thought and culture. Content incluces full texts of books, speeches, letters, journal articles, essays and published interviews spanning from the earliest times to the present.

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