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Civil Rights Research Collections: The Civil Rights Movement

Collections of primary sources of the abolitionist and civil rights movements, accessible at the FAMU College of Law.

The Library's Civil Rights Collection

Our Civil Rights collection encompasses both electronic and microform resources, ranging from organizations' papers to personal papers of major civil rights figures to law enforcement records. These collections offer unparalleled access to the primary documents of the civil rights movement. The major collections are:

Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century (ProQuest)

Archives Unbound (Gale)

Papers of the NAACP (CIS/UPA/ProQuest)

Other Microform and Electronic Collections

For assistance in searching the collections, please see a reference librarian. Contact us at (407) 254-3289.

Civil Rights March on Washington, DC

Civil Rights March on Washington, DC

Leaders of the march posing in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Memorial.