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Anti-Racism Resources

Journal Articles from the NSCC Databases

E-Books from the NSCC Library

Streaming Documentaries

From the early days of the Civil Rights movement, African American women have worked and served in numerous and influential leadership roles. What are their experiences and what changes have taken place in their opportunities, expectations, responsibilities, and obstacles? A panel discusses their personal journeys and the advice they would offer to young women in the struggle for equality. Presented by the US National Archives and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.