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African American Studies   Tags: public policy, race  

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This guide is intended to give UCLA students, staff and faculty interested in African American Studies resources an easy-to-use jumping off point for accessing UCLA Library materials, as well as other Internet resources. You'll find information here on both print and electronic resources, as well as on strategies for conducting research.

This guide will always be a work in progress. If you have any suggestions for what you would like to see included please e-mail me.

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