Pull out your YELLOW search strategy handout.
Click on OneSearch.
Select "Advanced search."
Divide your search into really basic concepts/ideas (one or two key words each).
Make sure that ONE of your concepts (boxes) represents the name of a movement, category of rights (human rights, civil rights) or issue being protested.
Try improving your search using * , "quotations around phrases" and Boolean operators (AND, OR). (More details are on your YELLOW handout).
"Black Lives Matter" OR "civil rights"
militias OR vigilant*
Limit your search using features on the left side of the screen.
Extend your search to Google and other search products using one of the boxes on the right.
NYT Registration (First-time Users):
NYT Registration (Existing Users):
Newspaper Source Plus
Cover to cover full text from 47 national & international newspapers as well as selective full text articles from 390 regional (U.S.) newspapers, and full text television & radio news transcripts.
Full-text articles from a wide range of newspapers from around the world (including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and the Guardian of London) plus business & legal sources, including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790.
In-depth, authoritative reports on a full range of political and social-policy issues extending back to 1923.
ArtStor (a PLS library card bar code number is required to access from off campus)
Digital library of art images with descriptive information.