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Users gain a new understanding and perspective on the African-American experience through these varied and rare primary source materials. The diversity of this collection - including letters from Frederick Douglass to Harriet Tubman; speeches by Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X; music, poetry, personal commentary on audio and much more - encourages re-evaluation of four centuries of the African-American experience.
Available on CD-ROM in Watson Library; ask at the Information Desk.
|Data Type:||Non-networked standalone (CD-ROM) with full-text|
|Source:||Woodbridge, CT : Primary Source Media, c1996.|