This guide highlights websites, books, journals, and other scholarly sources useful to students and scholars of Africana Studies -- otherwise known as the study of the history, culture, contributions, and experiences of people of African descent in the United States and abroad.
An information & resource guide on Black revolutionaries & freedom fighters.
An information and resource guide related to book and curriculum bans in the US.
A timeline of Connecticut's long and complicated history of human confinement. 2023 marks 250 years since the establishment of America's first prison -- Newgate Prison in Simsbury, Connecticut.
Facts Not Fiction: Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Abolition
An informational guide debunking misinformation that slavery was "beneficial."
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