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"Black Life in America"—a unique digital archive of news media—presents the broad sweep of African American history in ways no textbook or other online resource can match. By offering balanced coverage from diverse sources published from 1704 through present day, this multi-disciplinary resource is crucial for the study and interpretation of historical and current events.
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This resource is a fully cross-searchable gateway to Africana and Black Studies including scholarly essays, recent periodicals, historical newspaper articles, reference books, and much more. It combines essential resources for research and teaching including The Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience, Index to Black Periodicals Full Text, Black Literature Index, and the Chicago Defender historical newspaper from 1912-1975.

Add-on modules include The HistoryMakers® oral history video resource with extensive interviews with 100 contemporary African Americans, eight additional historical black newspapers, Black Abolitionist Papers, and Black Studies Dissertations.
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Alternate Name(s): HLIA
HLIA is an easy to use online resource that presents coverage of the experience and impact of Hispanic Americans as recorded by the news media. Series 1: 1704-1942; Series 2: 1943-2009
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Alternate Name(s): HLIA
HLIA Series 3 coverage begins in 2010. The file is updated daily with new material. People of Spanish-speaking heritage have shaped the geography, arts, culture, and civil discourse of the United States in immeasurable ways.
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