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African American History

A Guide devoted to the importance of African American History.

Daniel J. Kaufman Library Streaming Resources

The Daniel J. Kaufman Library offers many streaming resources where you can learn more about the African American experience. These databases and selected clips are listed below.

For off-campus access, please make sure to log in to your GGC ClawMail or D2L prior to accessing the video links, or you will be redirected to GGC's Multi Factor Authentication page. 

Please note that you might encounter written, photographic, and video content that graphically depicts violence against African Americans. While this content is emotionally and intellectually challenging to interact with, it is important to meaningfully and thoughtfully interact with this content. 

Howard Law School Class of 1900. From the Library of Congress's African American Photographs Assembled for 1900 Paris Exposition.

“Law Graduating Class at Howard University, Washington, D.C.” Law Graduating Class at Howard University, Washington, D.C., Library of Congress, 1 Jan. 1970, www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/ppmsca.38386/?co=anedub.