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ETH 020 African American Culture: Home

Welcome Students

African Americans marching for voting rights
This guide will assist you on your research assignment. You may also visit the EVC Library home page to access the information resources included in this guide. 
To get started, click the tabs at the top of the page. And remember, if you need help, talk to a librarian. You can reach the Evergreen Valley College Library reference desk at

Library Orientation Assignment

  • Topic: A person, place or event that won your admiration for the reputation, integrity it played in the African American community and what was the positive affect that this person, place or event have on you and your life today or for the future that you can/will duplicate in your community!
  • Can be reflective of something such as gentrification, racist organizations or actions that have stymied the growth of the African American/community.  

EVC Library Online Support Guide

Go to the Evergreen Valley College Library Online Support page for information on how to request research help and check out books or textbooks.

Evergreen Valley College Library

Monday - Thursday   8AM - 8PM
Friday                        9AM - 3PM
Saturday                  10AM - 2PM
Sunday                     Closed
Contact Us
Phone   408-274-7900 x6661

Access to Library Databases & eBooks


Go to this page for Login Instructions to Library Account & Databases

To check out any library resources or access articles and ebooks off campus, you must have an EVC student ID card. If you do not have a student ID card, you may pick one up for free at Student Services on the EVC campus.