This LibGuide can help you find Afirican American and African Studies resources such as books and journal articles.
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Click the Library Catalog link above to find resources available in the library.
Click the Library Databases link above to find journal articles available through our databases.
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To access library resources from off-campus, go to the library’s homepage and under Services select Off-Campus Access, and sign in with your 900# and 6-digit date of birth. Once you are logged on, click on the Roberts-LaForge Library to get back to the library's page and find the resources you need.