Welcome to Gallaudet University Library's LibGuide for the course GSR 211-07, Circles of our Multicultural Selves. The course focuses on African Americans in Washington, D.C. and Native Americans. This guide will help you find related books, journal articles, and web sites.
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A note on terminology
The words people use to describe themselves evolve over time. "African American" is the term most commonly used in 2010, but students should expect to see and if necessary use other terms, such as "Black" and "Negro." "Black Deaf" is commonly used among Deaf people.Terms also change for people we currently call "Native Americans." In the past they were called "Indians," and our own catalog uses "Indians of North America." You may also look for more specific information about tribes by using the names of tribes, such as "Cherokee" or "Hopi."
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