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  • Free full text access to anyone living in British Columbia or the Yukon to almost 5 million digitized pages of the Province (1894-2010), the Times-Colonist(1884-2010), and the Vancouver Sun (1912-2010).
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  • A living register of Black films from 1915-1979. Created and curated by Maya S. Cade, a film expert, researcher and journalist based in Brooklyn, New York.
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  • A collection of documentary films from around the world, including many Oscar nominated documentaries and film festival winners.
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  • The Homosaurus is an international linked data vocabulary of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) terms. This vocabulary is intended to function as a companion to broad subject term vocabularies, such as the Library of Congress Subject Headings. Libraries, archives, museums, and other institutions are encouraged to use the Homosaurus to support LGBTQ research by enhancing the discoverability of their LGBTQ resources.
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An electronic version of the ninth edition of the MLA (Modern Language Association) Handbook, 2021. A comprehensive online guide to MLA style citations.
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  • Browse through over 600 million items with Creative Commons licenses (images and audio [beta]) to reuse.
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  • Stringr is a digital marketplace that links media organizations and freelance videographers (stringers). Organizations can request footage, prompting amateur and professional stringers in the area to film and upload their footage. Those organizations then pay for the footage if they use it. The company is based in New York City. -- From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stringr
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