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Food Sovereignty: Find Newspapers

Originally created for GS 291 JanPlan 2015


Newspaper articles can be valuable for both current information and as primary source records of events, believes and attitudes.

This article in the The Seattle Times spotlights a town hall meeting related to food sovereignty.

The Seattle Times October 11, 2014. "Critics of Gates’ ag programs bring the battle to Seattle" by Sandi Doughton.


Current Newspaper Databases

ProQuest Newsstand - Full text of more than 500 U.S. and international news sources. Years of coverage vary by title.

LexisNexis Academic Universe - Comprehensive full text coverage of national, international, and regional newspapers. Varying start dates 1980+.

Ethnic NewsWatch - A full-text database of newspapers and magazines of the ethnic and minority press in America: African-American, Arab/Middle Eastern, Asian-American, European/Eastern European, Hispanic/ Latino/Chicano, Jewish, and Native American.

For even more newspapers, click through to our Newspaper Guide with tabs for International and Specialty News sources.

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