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Difficult Dialogues 2024: Reparations

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Join us for the Difficult Dialogues series featuring a panel of specialists who will discuss various forms of reparations for historical harms. Hosted by the University Libraries and Center for Humanities & the Arts.

March 20th, 2024 12:30, CASE 390


programs that are justified on the basis of past harm, and that are also designed to assess and correct that harm and/or improve the lives of victims into the future.
Alfred L. Brophy, Reparations: Pro and Con, p. 9



The Debt

Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States

Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States

Select Databases & Journals


Digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.

American History (Adam Matthew)

Collection of primary sources from The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, containing manuscript research material.

Ethnic NewsWatch (ProQuest)

Periodicals of ethnic and minority presses. Articles written primarily by Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian & Pacific Islander, and Jewish people.

America: History & Life with Full Text (EBSCO)

Most important for secondary sources on the history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present.

Hein Online

Comprehensive law library, with coverage of most sources from their date of first publication.

ProQuest Black Studies

Collection of primary and secondary sources that record and illuminate the Black experience, from ancient Africa through modern times. Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience is featured in the collection.

American Indian Histories and Cultures (Adam Matthew)

Spanning four centuries and covering North and Central America, American Indian Histories and Cultures presents unique materials from the Newberry Library's Edward E. Ayer Collection of archival collections on American Indian history.

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