Located in Dearborn, the Arab American National Museum is the first museum dedicated to Arab American culture and history. The museum's library collects material in all formats, including archival material.
In addition, the library publishes useful bibliographies on the following topics:
The Labadie Collection in the Special Collections Library at the University of Michigan (7th floor Hatcher) documents the history of social protest, both in the U.S. and internationally.
Check the subject vertical files for ephemeral materials (such as pamphlets, newsletters, and posters) related to Arab American activism in anti-discrimination, colonialism and imperialism, and gay liberation.