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Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

A guide for resources that help students taking courses for the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies minor.

About Primary Sources

Primary Sources are original, or “first-hand”, sources of information, created by those who were present for or involved in the event or topic in question. Primary sources can come in many formats, including, but not limited to: diaries, manuscripts, recordings, photographs, newspaper accounts, official documents, and autobiographies.

Foley Library subscribes to a number of databases containing primary sources that represent the experiences and perspectives of people of color. These databases are grouped below by the communities of voices represented within them.

Primary Source Databases

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