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Resources to Help Engage in Conversations on Black Identity and White Supremacy Embedded in America: Research Resources

More Resources

In addition to the resources listed, below is a link to faculty-generated reading list of books, articles and multi-media resources that focus on the intersectionality of race and gender.  https://library.elmhurst.edu/racegenderpolitics

General Reference Resources

In the Gale Virtual Reference Library, look particularly for entries in these e-books:

  • Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues
  • Encyclopedia of Education
  • Encyclopedia of Race and Racism
  • Immigration and Multiculturalism: Essential Primary Sources
  • International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
  • Minorities: Race and Ethnicity in Americ

In Credo, look specifically for entries in these e-books:

  • Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice
  • Encyclopedia of African American Education
  • Encyclopedia of Diversity and Social Justice
  • Encyclopedia of Gender and Society
  • Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society
  • Encyclopedia of Social Problems
  • Key Concepts in Race and Ethnicity
  • Racism in the United States

In CQ Researcher, consider the following terms:

  • Racial Conflict
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Corporate Activism
  • Crime and Police Conduct
  • Global Protest Movement

Newspapers

Streaming Media

Books & Ebooks

Electronic Books Available through our catalog.  Please see the eBooks page of this guide for links to full text books online.

Resources

Ask a librarian if you need help finding a citation, or if you are unsure of when to cite.

Go to the writing center or ask your professor for help formatting citations properly.

Databases for Articles, Book Chapters, Papers & Reports

APA

APA style was developed by the American Psychological Association. The social sciences often use APA style for documenting sources.