Black Thought and Culture

Description full
More than 100,000 pages of monographs, speeches, essays articles, and interviews written by leaders within the black community from earliest times to 1975, illustrate the evolution of what it means to "be black." Includes the only full run of The Black Panther - the party's newspaper - and 2,500 pages of oral history interviews recorded by the former Black Panther, David Hilliard. Teachers, artists, politicians, religious leaders, athletes, veterans, entertainers, and others are represented. 
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Allows coursepacks
yes 
Coursepack notes
YES: You may include material from this resource in course packs, which are compilations of articles for use by students in a class. 
Allows downloads
yes 
Allows emails
yes 
Allows ereserves
yes 
Ereserves notes
YES: You may include material from this resource in course management systems like ACORN (Moodle). The licensee and authorized users may incorporate parts of the licensed materials in course management systems like ACORN (Moodle). Linking is also allowed: You can create a persistent electronic link to an individual article or ebook. Instructions for creating a persistent link. 
Allows ill
yes 
Ill notes
YES: Interlibrary loan is a service whereby users from one library may borrow material from another library via post, fax or secure transmission (whereby the electronic file is deleted immediately after printing), for the purposes of research or private study, and not for commercial use. 
Coverage
- 1975 
Publisher
Alexander Street Press 
Resource type
E-book Collection 
Simultaneous users
Unlimited 
URL
Connect 
Subjects
English, History 
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