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Representations of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter in Comics

Representations of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter in Comics

This exhibit explores both the historic and ongoing struggle for African American political rights, social justice and equality as reflected in graphic narrative.

Exhibit Details

Evaluate Your Sources

flickr user smwright

Not sure your source is reliable? Learn how to evaluate your sources.

Who, What, When, Where, Why

Congress.gov

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Accurate and timely federal legislative information including full-text and pdf versions of public laws, legislative bills, committee reports and more.

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SDSU Digital Collections

Construction of Hepner Hall, 1930

Discover our digital collections, including our repository of SDSU theses, syllabi, and other materials.

SDSU Digital Collections

Yearbooks - It's that Time of Year!

Yearbook - Graduating class of 1983 from University City Senior High School

Access SDSU's digitized yearbooks.

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Searching for Patents

Partial Patent Definition

Tips on why patents matter.

Patent Research

Need Help With Primary Research?

JOHN AND JANE ADAMS TRADE CARD COLLECTION-World's Fair 1893, Mining Building

Need to use primary sources in your paper or project, but not sure what that means?

Tips on primary sources

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942 is a new exhibit on display in the new Reading Room (LL150) of the Department of Special Collections at the SDS

GVRL - Gale Virtual Reference Library

An open laptop computer with an open book on the keyboard

24/7 Reference at Your Fingertips with GVRL.

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Will Eisner Week at the SDSU Library and Information Access

Poster for Will Eisner Week 2018

The library is pleased to once again recognize Will Eisner (1917-2005) and his remarkable contributions to the Comic Arts.

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