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  • LGBT Life with Full Text (EBSCO) A Best Bet database
    Covers gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues. Topics include civil liberties, culture, employment, family, history, psychology, religion, sociology and more. varies; some back to 1950s-current.
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  • Alternative Press Index (current) A Best Bet database
    Indexes journals covering cultural, economic, political & social change. 1991-current.
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  • Alternative Press Index Archive (1969-1990) A Best Bet database
    Indexes journals covering cultural, economic, political & social change. 1969-1990.
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  • Women's Studies International (EBSCO) A Best Bet database
    Core topics in women's studies as well as current topics in feminist research. Includes sociology, history, political science, public policy, business, and education. Indexes journals, newspapers, newsletters, books, proceedings, and dissertations. 1972-current.
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