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Civil Rights Research Collections: Home

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

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About the Guide

As a historically black university, FAMU's libraries focus on collecting historical records of the minority experience. This guide showcases the electronic and microform collections available at the College of Law, consisting of hundreds of volumes of primary documents chronicling the slavery era through the civil rights movement of the 20th century. If you need any assistance with the collection, please contact a librarian. We will be happy to help you.

Memo from the Attorney General to the Director of the FBI on the Freedom Riders

Memo on the Freedom Riders

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