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Finding my Fit in the Library
I believe that libraries transform and catapult learning experiences for everyone - ALA Spectrum Scholar Cindy Hohl. Read More


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Exploring a Dark Chapter in U.S. History: Japanese Internment
Unique resources for understanding the presidential force of law at the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066. Read More


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Jack Johnson: Prize Fighter in the Ring, and Against Racial Convention
Primary sources recount Jim Crow-era hardships endured by boxing’s first African-American heavyweight champion. Read More


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The Legacy of Frederick Douglass in Poetry and Primary Sources
Exploring resources for insights on the life and enduring influence of escaped slave, abolitionist writer, orator and American hero on his birthday. Read More


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Cabaret: What a Concept!
Discover how curated interdisciplinary resources connect researchers to the people, places and creative process behind the musical. Read More


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Social Movements: How Does the Past Inform Today?
Primary sources for researchers highlighted in upcoming webinar about Women’s and Black Freedom movements. Read More


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What’s New in OASIS? Plenty.
The premiere web-based system for searching, selecting and ordering print and ebooks is expanding its reach and resources to make life easier for librarians, and updates implemented in 2016 are based directly on customer feedback. Read More


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NAACP Papers Document Case of Activist Bookstore Owner
Rare primary source materials provide researchers with insights into struggles with the criminal justice system. Read More