What are Open Access Materials?
Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.
--Peter Suber, Co-founder of the Open Access Directory
"Racial Justice: Dismantling Racism One Book at a Time"
- Reading for Racial Justice collection
- The university provides free access to these books through August 31, 2020.
An expanded list of open access publishers is available from the Open Access Directory. The list includes university presses that also publish open access titles.
Oxford African American Studies Center
- "Black Lives Matter" https://oxfordaasc.com/page/focus-on-black-lives-matter/black-lives-matter
- "Jim Downs on the Emancipation Proclamation" https://blog.oup.com/2013/01/jim-downs-on-the-emancipation-proclamation/
- "A Journey Through 500 Years of African American History" https://blog.oup.com/2013/11/african-american-history-many-rivers-to-cross/
- "Black Radicals" collection of essays: https://daily.jstor.org/column/black-radicals/
- "The Devastation of Black Wall Street": https://daily.jstor.org/the-devastation-of-black-wall-street/
- "Institutionalized Racism: A Syllabus": https://daily.jstor.org/institutionalized-racism-a-syllabus/
- "Charlottesville Syllabus: Readings on the History of Hate in America": https://daily.jstor.org/charlottesville-syllabi-history-hate-america/
- "From the Courtroom to the Streets: A Timeline of the Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter Movements":
- "Racial Disparity and Lethal Force":
- "You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Equality: 55 Years of Civil Rights":