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Intro to Media Studies

Alternative Press

Alternative Press Index
Index to over 300 international journals, magazines, and newspapers offering an alternative, radical, or left perspective. 1991 - present. Rutgers-restricted Access
American Prison Newspapers, 1800-2020: Voices from the Inside
Digitized newspapers originally published by the incarcerated in U.S. prisons. Rutgers-restricted Access
Association of Alternative Newsmedia Directory
The AAN represents nearly 100 alternative newsmedia organizations throuhout North America. Many of the directory entries include links to the publications, many of which have searchable archives.
Documenting White Supremacy and Its Opponents in the 1920s
Full text access to eleven Ku Klux Klan newspapers, six pro-Klan newspapers, and two anti-Klan newspapers published between 1921 and 1932. Rutgers-restricted Access.
Independent Voices
Full text access to alternative press newspapers, magazines, and journals published in the United States in the latter half of the twentieth century, including periodicals produced by radical student organizations; LGBT, African-American, Native American, and Latino activists; feminists, dissident military personnel, and others.
A full-text collection of journals, magazines, and newsletters illustrating the impact of gender to a wide range of subject areas. Rutgers-restricted Access
Left Index
Index, with some full text content, to leftist and radical writings. 1911 - present. Rutgers-restricted Access
LGBTQ+ Source
Index to scholarly and popular publications covering lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues, including journals, books, magazines, and newspapers. Mid-20th century to the present. Rutgers-restricted Access
Mother Jones
Publication of the Foundation for National Progress, a "reader-supported investigative news organization." 1990-present. Rutgers-restricted Access

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