This resource includes a variety of sources, such as academic journals, biographies, news, magazines, primary sources, and videos. The news content is largely current and recent; much of the remaining content is historical. Material can be browsed and keyword searched, but is also arranged into topics, such as "Racism in Post-Emancipation America."
The Oxford AASC includes historian Marcia Chatelain's "Photo Essay - Black Lives Matter," which provides an overview of the Black Lives Matter movement and links to related articles in the Oxford African American Studies Center.
Annotated bibliographies are arranged by subject area module in the Oxford Bibliographies and can be browsed or searched by keyword.
Examples of relevant articles from the above modules include:
Detailed encyclopedia articles with suggestions for further reading and primary sources. Articles include:
A collection of brief introductions to topics in the arts, humanities, law, medicine, health, sciences, and social sciences. Includes Racism: A Very Short Introduction (2nd ed.) by Ali Rattansi.
This resource brings together books, journals, encyclopedias and other reference works from the publisher Wiley. The chapter "Race and the Criminal Justice System" by Laurie Samuel can be found in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, and journal articles that discuss Black Lives Matter can be located -- e.g., "#Black Lives Matter: Innovative Black Resistance" by Jozie Nummi, Carly Jennings, and Joe Feagin.