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Black America and COVID-19
This collection documents the experience of COVID-19 across Black communities in America. Its intention is to create a collective conversation of material for teaching and learning about the contemporary effects of COVID-19 among Black communities as it is tied to the historical legacy of race in America.
Black Lives Matter
A collection of books, journal articles, and magazine content that amplifies Black voices and the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement.
Racism and Protest Resources
Feeding the Elephant's list of resources from libraries, university presses, and scholars on the subjects of racism, racial justice, police brutality, and protest.
Report on Chicago's Response to George Floyd Protests and Unrest
City of Chicago: Office of Inspector General
Joeseph M. Ferguson and Deborah Witzburg
Student Activism Now Documented (STAND)
Project STAND is a radical grassroots archival consortia project between colleges and universities around the country; to create a centralized digital space highlighting analog and digital collections emphasizing student activism in marginalized communities. Project STAND aims to foster ethical documentation of contemporary and past social justice movements in underdocumented student populations.