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Recommended by Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr.

Disability Resources

National Center on Disability Journalism: From the Arizona State University school of journalism, this website contains many important resources, including:

The library has many books and electronic resources on the topic of disability studies, including:

Select Databases & Digital Collections

Academic Video Online: Features a collection covering many important issues and educational content related to diversity.

African American Newspapers 1827-1988: African American history, culture, and daily life in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Bibliography of Asian Studies: Indexing of articles and book chapters, primarily in Western languages, published since 1971.

DRAM- Database of Recorded American Music: Recordings from New World, Composers Recordings, and other important labels.

Handbook of Latin American Studies: Selected and edited by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.

Latin American News Digest (LAND): News coverage and analysis produced by Latin American media.

LGBT Digital Collections: The UW-Milwaukee Archives "documents LGBT+ history in Milwaukee, including the Gay and Lesbian Liberation Movement, AIDS activism and healthcare, and marriage equality. Search across our LGBT+ history digital collections to find news footage, photographs, documents, oral histories, and more"

North American Women's Letters & Diaries: Approximately 150,000 pages of diaries and letters from the Colonial era to 1950.

Smithsonian Global Sound: Encyclopedia of the world's musical and aural traditions complete with sound recordings.

Women Writers Online: Full text collection of writing by women covering a period from 1400 to 1850.

Also see our databases in the humanities and social sciences.