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Black History: Home

This Research Guide acts as a resource to locate information about black history by linking to books, e-books, articles, videos, and websites.

What is in this guide?

Black History

Reference: Find print and online reference books.

Books: Find books located at PCC Library.

E-books: Search online library databases with full-text e-books.

Articles: Search online databases for articles.

Media: Search for documentaries, videos, etc.

Websites: Selected websites that include both primary and secondary sources.

Citations: View examples, tips, and resources for citing sources.

Help: Get help from a librarian, contact the writing center and more. 

Image: Crowds surrounding the Reflecting Pool, during the 1963 March on Washington. Via Wikimedia Commons.

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