References

AFRICAN-AMERICAN RESOURCES


  • Afro-American Almanac
  • African-American History & Culture
  • African-American Mosaic Exhibition
  • The African-American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship
  • Africa Online
  • African American Homepage
  • African-American Review
  • African American Internet Resources
  • African National Congress
  • The Black Experience
  • Black History Facts
  • Black History Month
  • Black History Month All Year Long is here
  • Black History Month Website
  • Black History Museum
  • Black History Pages from Education First
  • BLACK Quest
  • Blackvoices.com is an African American online community which connects job seekers and employers and offers extensive black news, entertainment and e-commerce content. Blackvoices.com is, "Where African Americans Live Online!""
  • A Celebration of Black History
  • Black History Inventors
  • Civil Rights: A Status Report
  • Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography
  • National Civil Rights Museum
  • A second virtual tour Museum
  • Collection of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Speeches
  • Ted's Civil Rights Project
  • The Faces of Science: African-Americans in The Sciences
  • Faces of Science: African-Americans in the Sciences
  • The Gale Company has a comprehensive website on Black History. It includes biographies, a quiz, activities and a timeline.
  • Malcolm XScholarly research on Malcolm X, his life and activities. A serious look at his words, written and spoken, a webliography, extensive chronology, bibliography and study guide."
  • March to Freedom: Selma 1965
  • Martin Luther King: A Life Tribute
  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project
  • The Montgomery Bus Boycott Page
  • Organization of Black Designers
  • Passport to Africa
  • Picture Book Anthology
  • Stamp on Black History
  • The story of Black-Jewish relations in the United States is a long and complex one.... Jews were among those who worked to establish the NAACP in 1909. African-American newspapers were among the first in the U.S. to denounce Nazism.... FROM SWASTIKA TO JIM CROW creates hope and reminds us of a time in U.S. history when the two communities came together."
  • Slavery Expert Talk to historian Philip Merrill on the site from now through Feb. 28. An African-American artifacts collector, Merrill says that "These artifacts help me to appreciate the plight of a race of people, and to work harder every day so that their stories are remembered." Join the conversation.
  • Today in Black History
  • The Two Nations of Black America
  • The Underground Railroad
  • Understanding Slavery Learn about the history of slavery around the world. Follow the journey of one man who was enslaved in both Africa and the United States. Then, travel back in time to Richmond, Virginia in 1845 to witness a slave auction. Along the way, you'll learn just how pervasive the institution of slavery was in the United States and how it differed from slavery abroad.
  • Timeline of the American Civil Rights Movement
  • University of Pennsylvania's African Studies Directory
  • Vision Online
  • Zambian Web

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