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New Online Service: Ethnic Diversity Source

by Bob Glass on 2022-08-23T13:19:15-04:00 in Anthropology, Education, Lillian Smith Studies, Psychology, Sociology | 0 Comments









The Library is pleased to announce the availability of a new online research service, Ethnic Diversity Source

Ethnic Diversity Source provides research materials - full-text journals and magazines, ebooks, videos, and primary materials such as speeches, interviews, and letters - that cover the culture, traditions, social treatment and lived experiences of different ethnic groups in America. The service includes materials about, but not limited to, African Americans, Arab Americans, Asian Americans, European Americans, Jewish Americans, Latinx Americans, Native Americans, Multiracial Americans. The content can help researchers: analyze concepts in ethnic studies; discuss critically the intersection of race and ethnicity as influenced by oppression; describe how struggle, justice and liberation are relevant to current issues; demonstrate active engagement with issues of race and ethnicity beyond the classroom.

This is an information page at the vendor’s website.

 This is a vendor brochure with more information.

This is the permalink for Ethnic Diversity Source.

You can find this new service on the Online Resources A-Z pages by title.

You'll also find on the subject pages for anthropology, education, Lillian Smith studies, psychology, and sociology, among others.

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