For the last few weeks, we have been highlighting collections included in the library’s Newsbank subscription. This week’s spotlight is on Black Life in America, a collection of articles that highlights the history of African Americans in the United States as recorded by the news media.
As with most online resources, a keyword search is available if you already know what you’re looking for. If you are just exploring, try one of the suggested searches below the search box:
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- There is a space somewhere in the number entered. Solution: try entering the number again.
- Your library card has expired. Solution: contact us to renew your card.
- Your library card is no longer in good standing (too many fines/fees/overdue items). Solution: login to your account and pay any fines/fees accrued. Then try again.
- You are not a resident of East Greenbush/Schodack. Solution: contact the library where you pay taxes and request Consumer Reports access.
- You are a resident, but to do not have a resident card. Solution: contact us to prove residency and we will issue a new resident card at no charge.
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