Other Resource Guides

The topic of the Black family is quite diverse, and includes more information that can be contained in this resource, thus, below are links to external subject guides sponsored by public, college, and university libraries. It is important to note that because the guides were developed for their stakeholders in mind, some of the sources may be restricted due to licensing. If you are interested in a specific resource that you cannot access, take this information to your local library or archive and see if they can help you gain access to the material. However, many of the guides provides links to publicly accessible material as well.

Temple University Guide for The Black Family: AAAS 3296 . Resources on the role of the Black Family in America.
Guide to African American Resources compiled by The African American Studies Librarians Interest Group (AASLIG) of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). Photo by Samson Katt on Pexels.com
Guide from the Ithaca College Library for THEA 33600: Ancestral Voices Dialects for the Stage.
Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com
Guide from the Free Library of Philadelphia
University of Southern California Libraries Guide for African-American Documentary Films on DVD in the Leavey Library. Photo by Zen Chung on Pexels.com
Guide celebrating African American culinary, chefs, and food from the The Culinary Institute of America. Photo by August de Richelieu on Pexels.com

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