Black History Month: Streaming Video

The Civil Rights Movement: a new, eye-opening view of history: reveals a long-running struggle for racial equality starting with Civil War– and Reconstruction-era events, moving through the blight of Jim Crow and the formation of the NAACP and other groups, and depicting the drama of King’s movement in varied, evolving phases. 35 segments, each running 1 to 2 hours.

In honor of Black History Month, the library is highlighting a few of our many resources focusing on the Black experience, primarily in the United States. There’s much more, so please talk to a Reference librarian if you are interested.

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