Study Guides from AAMLO

The African American Museum and Library at Oakland (AAMLO) hosts public programs focusing on topics of interest to the communities we serve. These educational offerings cover subjects such as gardening, mass incarceration, and the Black Panther Party, just to name a few. To encourage further inquiry, AAMLO provides study guides. Each offers a list of resources from our library and archives.

The roster of study guides is noted below.

Alameda

Black Migrations

Black Panther Party

Black Student Union and Black Studies

Brotherhood of the Sleeping Car Porters

Comics and Novel Graphics

Films at AAMLO

Gardening

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Kwanzaa

Making a Joyful Noise

Memoirs - A Selection

Moving Image Collections

Music, Opera, and Singers

NAACP

Organ Donation and Health

Slave Narratives and Family Histories

The Blues

Women and Mass Incarceration

Women Lawyers

Writers and Authors

Youth Career Day