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African American History and Culture: Open Source Literature

The Middlesex Community College Library staff have created an introduction to African American History and Culture. Use the tabs below to locate books, articles, media, websites and citation help.

Access to library resources from off-campus

You can watch videos, access articles and eBooks from off-campus but students may be asked for their A number and library password. Faculty and staff will be asked for their user name and library password.

No cost resources during COVID-19

Open Access Apps

Organizations that Promote Open Access

Open Source Textbooks

On Line Books Search

Efforts to archive the web

Project Gutenberg

Open Source Journals

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Bedford Reference  781 280 3705

Lowell Reference    978 656 3005

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781-280-3705
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A Very Short Introduction

Audiobooks

Open Source Film

No cost videos

You can find many documentary films through Films on Demand and Kanopy through your library account. There are also movies at no cost from many web services including YouTube. I am not listing them since many ask you to sign up for an account.

Articles of Interest

WorldCat

Northeastern University Online Women Writers Project

Internet Classics Archive

History of eBooks

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