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This curated selection of primary sources is designed for teaching and learning about the struggles and triumphs of Black Americans. Developed with input from Black history scholars and advisors, its easily discoverable materials are ideal for assignments and special projects focused on U.S. Black history.
This site covers several time periods, including: Slavery and the Abolitionist Movement, The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, Jim Crow from 1878 to the Great Depression, New Deal and World War II, Civil Rights and Black Power Movements and the Contemporary Era.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) publishes a variety of books, reports, datasets, and digital products covering international finance, monetary policy, exchange rates, and other global economic issues. IMF publications present the analysis, research, policy advice, and data on economic and financial sector issues at the global, regional, and country level. IMF eLibrary is a free resource that offers access to the IMF’s comprehensive collection of 24,000+ publications, with some items going back to 1946.
20th century religious thought christianity
Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume I, Christianity is complete with 170,000 pages, comprising 3,645 items, and currently features more than 250 authors from Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America.
20th century religious thought islam
Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Volume II, Islam focuses on modern Islamic theology and tradition and details Islam’s evolution from the late 19th century by examining printed works and rare documents by Muslim writers, both non-Western and Western voices.