Celebrate Black History Month at KSL

Black History books on display

African American Studies Research Guide
On this guide, find links and collections for reference works, primary and secondary sources, scholarly journals, news, data and other collections available from Case Libraries, as well as links to professional associations, CWRU related curricula, and events calendars.

Please also contact our KSL Research Services Librarians, who are happy to assist, if you have any questions about the resources in this guide, or about your research project. 

KSL Features Pop Up Display
Check out KSL’s Black History Month book pop up featuring new titles like the graphic novel version of Octavia Butler’s Kindred and Ibram X. Kendi’s Stamped from the Beginning, graphic history version. These new titles were acquired through a fund to expand the library’s DEI selections.
Art Gallery Exhibit
Did You Know? Black History at CWRU

Did you know that the first Black alumni of the University date back to 1832 and that the abolition of slavery played an important part in shaping the history of the University? Did You Know? Black History at CWRU is an exhibit featuring the University’s history of notable Black alumni, organizations, and things you see around campus relating to Black history with materials from the CWRU University Archives.

The exhibit will remain on view until Friday, March 22, 2024.