ABC-CLIO Honors Black History Month with the Addition of Harlem Renaissance Primary Source Collection

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Serving Public and Academic Libraries as well as K-12 School Districts, The African American Experience database now includes a unique collection of multimedia and reference resources to improve teaching and learning

The Harlem Renaissance resources add real value to students by providing them with an opportunity to develop critical thinking skills by interpreting primary source documents and images

ABC-CLIO, an award-winning publisher of print and electronic library resources, is pleased to announce the release of the new Harlem Renaissance Primary Source Collection. This timely addition to The American Mosaic: The African American Experience database coincides with the month of February to celebrate Black History Month.

The American Mosaic: The African American Experience (AAE) is the widest-ranging and easiest-to-use online database collection on African American history and culture. Drawing on multiple titles and assembled with the guidance of leading experts, AAE gives voice to the African American experience from its African origins to the present day.

The addition of the new Harlem Renaissance Primary Source Collection enhances the AAE by illuminating a period of tremendous creative activity among African Americans that helped foster the formation of a new black cultural identity. The great story of the Harlem Renaissance is all there in reference, primary sources, and textbook-style context.

"The Harlem Renaissance resources add real value to students by providing them with an opportunity to develop critical thinking skills by interpreting primary source documents and images" notes ABC-CLIO President Becky Snyder. "The feature stories and rich multimedia facets provide a way of teaching and learning this fascinating cultural movement in context. This is our niche and where ABC-CLIO will continue to excel in enhancing curriculum through unique and authoritative material."

AAE database users will have access to wonderful material on subjects like the famous Cotton Club, Langston Hughes, Ethel Waters, and much more. The new collection features an exceptional multimedia dimension that includes audio clips, Federal Writers Project narratives, Zora Neale Hurston's plays, photographs, and beautiful visual art work. These rich and colorful resources are woven together to offer insight into the individuals and ideas surrounding this literary, artistic, and intellectual movement.

To learn more about The African American Experience and the entire suite of ABC-CLIO Solutions visit http://www.abc-clio.com
About ABC-CLIO
Founded in 1955, ABC-CLIO is an award-winning publisher of reference titles, academic and general interest books, electronic resources, and books for librarians and other professionals. The company, headquartered in Santa Barbara, Calif., publishes under four well-respected imprints. ABC-CLIO serves the history profession, history teachers, and students and scholars of history with a complete line of databases, books, and eBooks, along with social studies reference and curriculum resources for middle and high school libraries and classrooms. Greenwood publishes high-quality, authoritative reference books and general interest topics across the secondary and higher education curriculum. Praeger is widely regarded for scholarly and professional books in the social sciences and humanities, with emphasis in modern history, military studies, psychology, business, current events and social issues, international affairs, politics, visual and performing arts, and literature. Libraries Unlimited/Linworth publishes professional materials for librarians, media specialists, and teachers. For more information, visit http://www.abc-clio.com.

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