AARL – Bibliographies

AARL BIBLIOGRAPHIES

2021

Martin Luther King, Jr., opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

2020

Exploring African American Muslim Women, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Celebrating African American Poets & Spoken Word Artists, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Women's History and Exploring Black Womanhood, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

2019

Up You Mighty Race: A Guide to Selected Resources on Marcus Mosiah Garvey Jr. (August 17, 1887 – June 10, 1940), opens a new window
Frederick Cox, Librarian I, Reference and Research

Get On Up: A Guide to Selected Resources on the Godfather of Soul James Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006), opens a new window
Frederick Cox, Librarian I, Reference and Research

LGBTQ+ Histories and Narratives, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Haitian Heritage Bibliography In recognition of Haitian Heritage Month (May), opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

The First Black Superhero: Black Motherhood, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

The Legacy of Black Nurses and Women in Medicine, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Black Music History and Heritage A Legacy of Influence: Black Musicians and Their Contributions, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

The Pride of the Family: Black Fatherhood, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Black Joy: An Examination of Black Children Literature, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

“Everyday Use:” Black Womanism, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Beyond the Sunrise: Caribbean Culture and Heritage, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

“Check the Rhime:” The Prominence of Hip Hop and Rap Music, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Juneteenth Celebration and 19TH Century African American Liberations, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Planning An African Themed Wedding, opens a new window
Frederick Cox Librarian I: Reference and Research

Yoga, opens a new window
Frederick Cox Librarian I: Reference and Research

Examining Criminology and Criminal Justice in the Black Community, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Juvenile and Young Adult Literature, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Juvenile and Young Adult Graphic Novels, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Children and Young Adult Literature Suggestions, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Afro-Pessimism Bibliography, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Black Press and Historically Black Newspapers, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Homecoming: The Windows and Mirrors of Black Portraiture, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Summerhill, Jewish & Black Race Relations and Leo Frank, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Race Films and All-Black Casting, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Cinematic White-Washing and Racial Censorship, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

HBCU and Greek Letter Organizations, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Desegregation in Georgia Schools, opens a new window
Kayla Morris Library Associate, Archival Services

The Black Panther Party, opens a new window
Frederick Cox Librarian I: Reference and Research

James Baldwin, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

East African Slavery, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Fela Anikulapo Kuti, opens a new window
Frederick Cox Librarian I: Reference and Research

WERD Radio, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Neighborhood Effect, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Indigo in the Gullah Geechee Nation, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

Documenting History, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

“We Be Anointed People:” The Gullah-Geechee Nation and Culture, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

The 1881 Atlanta Washerwomen's Strike, opens a new window
Forrest R. Evans Librarian II, Reference and Research

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