“Everyone has a voice, and with the right resources, we
can amplify the words and experiences of those who weren't
considered important enough to be heard.” Prof. Marcia Chatelain, African American Studies, Georgetown University
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NEW: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Ebook Subscription
Introducing the new Diversity Subscription from books. Available on Ebook Central, it’s the industry’s most comprehensive, focused, curated subscription developed to represent all voices while support teaching, research and learning in classroom and beyond. Curated by experts to bring the most requested DEI titles together, this subscription includes thousands of ebooks covering topics like:
The most distinguished African-American newspapers in the U.S. offering unprecedented access to perspectives and information that was excluded or marginalized in mainstream sources.
Examine major movements from the Harlem Renaissance to Civil Rights, and explore everyday life as written in the Chicago Defender, The Baltimore Afro-American, New York Amsterdam News, Pittsburgh Courier, Los Angeles Sentinel, Atlanta Daily World, The Norfolk Journal and Guide, The Philadelphia Tribune, Cleveland Call and Post, and Michigan Chronicle.
A unique look into LGBT life from the late 19th to the early 21st centuries, creating research opportunities and course material for educators of cultural studies, history, women's and gender studies, political science, sociology, and more.
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Award Winning: Disability in the Modern World: History of a Social Movement
One person in seven experiences disability, yet the story of the community and its many contributions is too often absent from the scholarly record. This landmark international collection of primary sources, supporting materials, archives and video is essential for teaching and research in the growing disciplines of disability history and disability studies, as well as media, arts, political science, education, and science where the work of the disability community are typically overlooked.
Some of the most compelling examples of women’s history can be found in the glossy pages of the popular consumer magazines of their time. ProQuest brings to digital life decades of women’s-interest magazines – cover to cover, including ads, editorials and images. In the full-color digitized pages readers will find everything from canonical records of evolving assumptions about gender roles to fascinating glimpses into the homes, politics, careers and goals of women.
A growing collection of titles includes Good Housekeeping, Parents, Redbook, Seventeen, Ladies' Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, Town and Country and more.
The Diversity Collection brings together three full text databases on one award-winning platform to provide an inclusive, user-friendly resource with a global view of some of the biggest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Ethnic Newswatch contains news, magazines, journals, and newsletters from ethnic, minority, and native presses as well as many journals concerned with issues of race and ethnicity. Alt-PressWatch presents big stories from small sources including unique, independent voices from respected and cited grassroots newspapers, magazines, and journals covering the arts and all viewpoints across the political spectrum.
GenderWatch includes journals, news and newsletters featuring many important publications that have historically initiated and sustained social movements around gender and sexual identity.