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African, African American, and Diaspora Studies
Resources for African, African American, and Diaspora Studies.
"AJOL provides free online hosting for over 500 peer-reviewed journals from 31 African countries, using open source software. AJOL's partner journals cover the full range of academic disciplines with particularly strong sections on health, agriculture and African studies."
"The Cite Black Author database is meant to amplify Black scholarly work, and to do that effectively we encourage everyone to search through the citations listed for topics that best align with your research. Including authors in your work allows for them to be recognized in their academic field and aides in securing tenure, promotion and other academic positions that rely heavily on publications and citations. You may also find Black scholars to collaborate with on research projects, invite to your campus for guest lectures, or utilize their research in teaching exercises. Each of these actions will not only add to their scholarship and service, but it will also expand the depth of content that you bring to your work."
A guide for "incorporating an anti-racist lens at all stages of the research life cycle" by librarians at the University of Minnesota. Topics include primary research, secondary research, scholarly publishing, search algorithms, and cataloging systems.
"This living digital archive originated in the course “Black Studies and Black Spaces: Black Critical Frameworks and Communities at JMU and Beyond, 1968 to the Present” and continues to grow, with research and support from AAAD minors, graduate students, JMU faculty, and alumni."