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PAS 324. The Black Woman in Contemporary Times (3 units)

PAS 324. The Black Woman in Contemporary Times (3 units)

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African American Mosaic -- Library of Congress (Colonization, Abolition, Migration, WPA)

Civil Rights -- African American Odyssey - Library of Congress

The Depression, The New Deal, and World War II -- African American Odyssey -- Library of Congress

Department of African and African American Studies records, 1966-1981 - Duke University Library

Guide to the Black Student Alliance records, 1969-2006 -- Duke University Library

Allen Building Takeover Collection, 1969-2002 -- Duke University Library

Guide to the Women-In-Action for the Prevention of Violence and Its Causes, Inc. Durham Chapter records, 1968-1998 - Duke University Libraries

Asa and Elna Spaulding Papers,1909-1997 and undated, bulk1935-1983 -- Duke University Libraries

Brown v. Board of Education Before and After -- Virginia State University Library

Brown v. Board of Education Committee

California Underground Railroad - Sacramento State University Library

Civil Rights Oral History Collection - Washington State University

Legacy: Treasures of Black History - Howard University

Karen Walwyn - Music at Howard -- Howard University (In Performance — Selections from Walwyn's repertoire)

Mailou Jones - Art at Howard-- Howard University

American Art from the Howard University Collection- Howard University Libraries - Image Index and Oral Narrations

Marian Anderson -- Rare Book & Manuscript Library - University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Voices From the Gaps : Women Writers and Artists of Color - University of Minnesota

Mayme Clayton Museum - YouTube Channel

Mayme A.Clayton Library & Museum - Explore the Collections --- Culver City, California

Church Hill Oral History - Virginia Black History Archives - Virginia Commonwealth University

Documenting the American South - University of North Carolina

The Randolph Linsly Simpson Collection - Yale University Beinecke Rare Books & Manuscript Library. Presents a picture of black life and American racial attitudes from the 1850s to the 1940s

Digital Archive | The HistoryMakers

National Visionary Leadership Project : African American History (video-interviews)

Civil Rights Documentation Project - University of Southern Mississippi