AFRI1110 Voices Beneath the Veil, African American Drama from 1858 to Present
A study of African-American history, life and cultures through the analyses of a sampling of plays from 1858-the Present written by Black authors. The pedagogical approach is to develop your critical thought process
Online exhibit featuring items from the Library of Congress's collections representing the African American experience in the U.S. from slavery to the civil rights era. See also the complementary exhibit and resource guide: African-American Mosaic
Civil Rights Data Collection (Department of Education) Provides data collected by the Dept of Ed's Office of Civil Rights on key education and civil rights issues in U.S. public schools; used primarily by OCR in its enforcement and monitoring efforts regarding equal educational opportunity. Contains data beginning in 2000.
"Provides population, housing, agricultural, and economic data, along with GIS-compatible boundary files," drawn from the Decennial U. S. Census, "for geographic units in the United States from 1790 to the present."
For Congressional bills, committee reports, hearings and speeches, see:
1789-present; formerly LexisNexis Congressional, these are retrospective collections of the publications of the U. S. Congress, including: U.S. Congressional Hearings, 1824-2003 U.S. Congressional Serial Set, 1789-2003 U.S. Congressional Serial Set Maps U.S. Congressional Record, 1789-1997 U.S. Congressional UnPubished Hearings, Part A and B For help getting started, see Quick Start Guide for ProQuest Congressional Digital Research Collection.
An Alabama town, whose founding by slaves brought illegally to the United States in the 1860s was documented by Zora Neale Hurston, fights back against the forces of environmental destruction and historical amnesia.