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Search discrete, topic-based collections focusing on civil and labour rights movements in the United States (USA). Coverage:1950s - 1970s
UWaterloo Library has access to four collections: Fannie Lou Hamer; Quest for Labor Equality; Ralph J Bunch Oral Histories Collection on Civil Rights Movement; and We Were Prepared for the Possibility of Death.
Search for Hamilton, Ontario-focused resources. Topics include settlement, the Arts, community organizing and activism, incidents of Anti-Blackness, law and politics, military, religion, sports, and more. Coverage: 1600s - present
A one-of-a-kind database of psychological tests and measures, designed for use with social and behavioral science research. There are over 68,000 records available. Focused primarily on unpublished tests. This database was designed to save your researchers time from having to reproduce tests when conducting research on previously measured constructs. Coverage: Tests dating back from the late 1800s
Monthly updates with new content and corrections. Full-text tests including PDF or
multimedia files. Access to resources in more than 40 languages.
Materials relating to colonial rule, Black resistance, and attempts by international networks to fight racism from afar. Focus is on Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Coverage: 1940s - 2010s
Included are pamphlets created by the Liberation Support Movement (LSM) 1969-1981 based out of the west coast of Canada and the United States.