Georgia Review and UGA Press Publications Included in Racial Justice Writings Database
More than two dozen publications by the Georgia Review and the UGA Press, units of the University of Georgia Libraries, were included in a free, open source database intended to help readers in further understanding issues of anti-racism and racial justice.
The database from JSTOR, an online library of academic journals, books, and primary sources, served as a companion to the New York Public Library Schomburg Center’s Black Liberation Reading List, a collection of 95 fiction and nonfiction titles that range from memoirs, biographies, and essays to books of poetry, short stories, and graphic novels.
The JSTOR listing includes 12 poems and essays published in The Georgia Review, a nationally acclaimed literary-cultural journal, as well as 20 individual book chapters published by the UGA Press.
Although the JSTOR free content ended December 31, 2021, the UGA Libraries have access through our database subscriptions and book/ebook collections. Links below are restricted to current UGA students, faculty, and staff.