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One of the nine African American newspapers available through ProQuest. This weekly paper was founded in 1928 with a merging of the Cleveland Call and the Cleveland Post, and is still published today. Keep in mind, this database does not include the full run of the newspaper.
Provides primary source documentation on Black history, politics, culture, and the arts. Full text search of articles, classified ads, display advertisements, bylines, headlines, obituaries and more. Cross-searchable with all other ProQuest titles.
“This Code of Best Practices provides visual-arts professionals with a set of principles addressing best practices in the fair use of copyrighted materials. It describes how fair use can be invoked and implemented when using copyrighted materials in scholarship, teaching, museums, archives, and in the creation of art.”
CODESRIA, in Dakar Senegal, is an independent Pan-African research organization with a primary focus on the social sciences, broadly defined. It is the pioneer African social research organization and an important non-governmental research center for the production of social knowledge. This site provides indexes and some access to the groups publications: including journals (Such as [t]The African Sociological Review[/t], [t]African Zamani[/t], [t]African Media Review[/t] and others, and single author and edited monographs.) Some full text.