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This page highlights resources specifically about the Black Lives Matter movement (founded in 2013) as well as other materials such as digitised archives and oral histories, relating to race, ethnicity, migration, post-colonialism and related topics, over many decades.
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As a member of the Newcastle University community, you are able to access the Library's subscription to Box of Broadcasts (BoB).
Take a look at the Law Library-curated playlists available on BoB:
The Library's Special Collections and Archives include several collections which contain materials with relevance to race equality issues. We've highlighted them in the box below, together with contextual resources such as blogposts and online exhibitions.
The Library also has access to a wide range of digitised archives covering subjects relating to race, ethnicity, migration, post-colonialism and related topics. We've compiled a list below, together with information about major collections held elsewhere (some of which are available online). Materials in these archives are from around the world, covering centuries of history. The content include letters, images, data, interviews, campaign materials and much more, often offering fascinating first-hand insights into lives and events. Contextual information and essays are often provided to help with interpretation.
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