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This guide suggests sources for research and links to offices on campus that are related to diversity.
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Historical Black Newspapers 

Counseling and Therapy in Video -- a streaming video database that includes actual counseling sessions, has 109 videos on the theme of Race and others tagged with the subjects disability, sexual orientation, ethnic groups, and minority groups.

The Archives and Special Collections at the University Libraries has a collection of historically significant records of the University.  Its Documenting Diversity initiative has focused on underdocumented communities in Boston-- specifically, the at-risk historical records of Boston's African American, Chinese, gay and lesbian, and Latino communities.

John D. O'Bryant African American Institute's mission is to provide programs, resources, service and support to students of African origin. Its library houses a growing collection of materials encompassing cultures of the African Diaspora throughout the world. The Institute was established in 1968.  Read more about its history.


Additional NU Links

Department of African American Studies webpage also provides links to related on-campus research institutes and cultural centers.

The Institute on Race and Justice brings together researchers from colleges, schools and departments in the social sciences.

The mission of the Institute on Urban Health Research is to understand "the social and environmental conditions of urban living in order to inform public health intervention strategies, policies and professional training."



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