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ProQuest Black Studies
ProQuest Black Studies is a trial that runs through August 31, 2023. Built on the foundation of the Black Studies Center, it includes its key components while combining newspapers, archival collections and journals to support the teaching and research of Black history and culture in the U.S.
Ebony Magazine Archive
The Ebony Magazine Archive is a trial that runs through June 20, 2023. It is one of the key Afro-American magazines of the 20th century and it covers 20th and 21st-Century current events, art, civil rights, design, education, entrepreneurship, politics and culture, literature, advertising, and more.
Jet Magazine Archive
Jet Magazine Archive is a trial that runs through June 20, 2023. From 1951 through 2014, this archive provides a broad view of news, culture, and entertainment. The civil rights movement, politics, education, and other social topics are covered with an African American focus.
Royal Shakespeare Company Archive
Royal Shakespeare Company Archives is a trial that runs through July 25, 2023. It provides a comprehensive record of the performance history of the Royal Shakespeare Company and its predecessor, the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre from 1889 to 2013.
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