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Full-text of this leading Black owned historical Harlem newspaper. It published columns by notable people including W. E. B. Du Bois and Malcolm X. It also covered the historically important Harlem Renaissance. Digitized with full article images. Coverage from 1922 to 1993.
Full-text of the daily newspaper based in New York City. It is regarded as a national newspaper of record. Digitized with full article images. Coverage from 1851 to 2018. Additional year of content added annually.
Full-text of daily Washington, D.C. newspaper. Historically led the American press's investigation into the Watergate scandal. Digitized with full article images. Coverage from 1877 to 2005. Additional year of content added annually.
Full-text of this historic business-focused daily newspaper based in New York City. Regarded as a newspaper of record for business and financial news. Digitized with full article images. Coverage from 1889 to 2004.
Primary sources related to discrimination, urban renewal, civil rights, race relations, and African American culture and identity. This resource focuses on experiences in Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, New York, and towns and cities in North Carolina.
Access to a broad range of previously classified federal records from the twentieth and twenty first centuries, including presidential libraries, diplomatic correspondence, domestic surveillance, and military reports.