Additional Resources

The materials on this page supplement and complement the African American Experience in Florida web portal and are openly accessible through the University of South Florida and the USF Libraries.

USF Libraries Resources

Africana Studies LibGuide: List of resources and services available at the USF Libraries.

Annotated Bibliography of Selected Materials in Special Collections: Primary and secondary source materials on the history of Black and African American populations in the state of Florida, the United States, the Caribbean and West Indies, and Africa.

Annotated Bibliography of Selected Materials in the Circulating Collections: Materials to support research on Black and African American experiences across the diaspora.

Weekly Challenger African American Digital Newspaper Archive & Research Guide: Collections and projects documenting African American heritage inĀ St. Petersburg, Tampa, and other locations in the state of Florida.

USF Resources

Black Life Resources compiled by the USF Institute on Black Life.

Faculty Research Addressing Anti-Black Racism features USF-sponsored projects that improve understanding and yield meaningful solutions to issues such as discrimination, poverty, health disparities, violence, and policing.

USF Faculty Senate Council on Racial Justice advises the Provost, the Vice President for USF Health, and the President on matters pertaining to racial justice, racism, and anti-blackness manifest at USF or in the University’s activities, as well as educational and research activities at USF that focus on racism and anti-blackness in the community, nation, and world.