Retrospective open access journal service that preserves and makes available African journal literature dating as far back as 1906, originating from a wide base of publishers and societies on the African continent.
A collection of posters created by African governments and international agencies, as well as political/labor/social/religious/educational/ cultural organizations. Topics include anti-apartheid movements; HIV/AIDS; Lusophone African liberation movement; Nigerian social values; 1994 South African elections; and South Africa under apartheid.
Documents migrations of people of African descent to countries around the world, from 1860-present, through primary source documents, secondary sources and videos.
Focused on diasporic communities in the Caribbean, Brazil, India, United Kingdom, and France, the collection includes personal papers, organizational papers, journals, newsletters, court documents, letters, and ephemera. Also includes Movements and ideologies, including the Back to Africa movement and the Pan-African movement.