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Alexander Street Press is an electronic academic database publisher. Its "Academic Video Online" collection includes videos in a range of subject areas, including news programs (notably shows like 60 Minutes), music and theatre, lectures and demonstrations, and documentaries. For more details see their website. The "Women and Social Movements Library" comprises primary source documents and scholarly essays relevant to women's activism. See their website.

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<ref name="java jive">{{cite AV media | people=Ozier, David (dir) | year=2000 | title=Java Jive | medium=Documentary | url= | publisher=National Film Board of Canada | accessdate=3 March 2016 | subscription=yes | via=[[Alexander Street]]}}</ref>
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