Black History, Black News, and Black Voices at the Free Library of Phila.
Posted by Free Library of Philadelphia on September 8, 2020
This month, the digital resource spotlight shines on our newest digital resource, one that delivers instant access to Black history, Black news, and Black voices.
The Historical Newspapers – Black Newspapers collection from ProQuest provides remote full-text access to help piece together a fuller story of American history, featuring stories that were omitted from textbooks and mainstream newspapers. Users can search with a Free Library card and PIN across this entire collection, or use our direct link to access The Philadelphia Tribune by itself.
Learn more: https://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/post/4300
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