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African American Studies

A cheatsheet for African American Studies books, databases, and web resources.

What is a Primary Source?

Primary Sources are firsthand accounts that document events, individuals, experiences, and time periods.

Examples of primary sources include: newspaper articles, interviews and transcripts, speeches, letters, diaries, photographs & research data

Here's more on Primary Sources:

Primary vs. Secondary Sources via Minnesota History Youtube Channel

AFAM Magazines & Newspapers to Know

Primary Source Collections