New database here in the library! Black Thought and Culture has wonderful range of primary sources — essays, articles, speeches, books, and interviews — from black leaders from colonial times to present. Includes hard-to-find work like letters, pamphlets, and interviews, plus (in the showcase area) issues of the Black Panther Party Newspaper and audio of the Black Panther Party Interviews. Well-organized for teaching themes across various primary sources; use the narrow subject terms to browse. Also has a way to browse by historical events, so that you could, for example, find primary sources specifically focused on Reconstruction, World War II, or the Dred Scott decision.