Credo is an academic alternative to Wikipedia and is perfect for background research or formulating your topic. It includes topic pages with mind maps (examples: Activism and Graffiti) and specialized entries from several encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference sources (example: Black Arts Movement from Encyclopedia of American Studies, African American Art and the Civil Rights Movement from Freedom Facts and Firsts: 400 Years of the African American Civil Rights Experience, Protest from 100 Ideas that Changed Art).
The databases featured in this box are particularly useful for this class. You can learn more about databases on the Research Hub.
Try some of these subject headings in WorldCat:
Art, Modern Social Aspects | Art and Society | Black Lives Matter movement | Protest Movements | Arts Political aspects United States History 20th century | African American arts| Arts Political aspects | Rap (Music) Political aspects | Graffiti Social Aspects | African Americans Attitudes | Black Arts movement | SOCIAL SCIENCE Discrimination & Race Relations | Hip-hop influence| Harlem Renaissance | Arts Political aspects | Feminism and art | Political posters
Check these databases for streaming film segments and for art images. Note that for ArtStor, you MUST sign up for your free account from on campus. Thereafter, you can log in from off campus.