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http://www.gcpafricanamericancatalogue.com – a web site devoted entirely to the promotion of books written by or pertaining to African Americans from Time Warner Trade Publishing.
blackEnergy Today – a monthly email newsletter for African Americans and others interested in electricity and gas choices, home and office energy-saving tips, and cooperative economics.
CMYJOY Creations – Hard-to-find FREE African-American graphics, clipart
DallasBlack – informs the general African American public about what is happening in the Metroplex
Mr. Kenyada’s Neighborhood – a nonprofit corporation that celebrates black culture, while promoting computer literacy and computer ownership in the African American community.
Electronic Village – Afrikan-centered website with information on genealogy, black history, investments, cyberspace, black business, africa, and a wide variety of other interests.
BlackTexas – all about Blacks in Texas
The John Henrik Clarke Africana Library – provides a special collection focusing on the history and culture of people of African ancestry.
The Institute for African Development (IAD) fosters teaching, research, and outreach related to food security, human resource development including refugee assistance environmental resource management, economic growth, and policy guidance in Africa.
The World of Black Studies – At this web site you will find information about the Providence College Program in Black Studies.
Davey D’s Hip Hop Corner – This web site has hyperlinks to the diverse Hip Hop scene.
Bill McCreary’s Website – New York City news personality.
Quarterly Black Review of Books – The latest black book reviews from this leading reviewer.
Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) – The SPLC is known for its years of courtroom accomplishments, legal victories against white supremacist groups, monitoring of hate activity across the country, national tolerance education and the Civil Rights Memorial.
BlackPower – Our purpose here at blackpower.net is to show our pride in the Black race. Our race started life on this Earth at the top of the ladder, and, until recently remained there.
The John Henrik Clarke Africana Library – This library provides a special collection focusing on the history and culture of peoples of African ancestry.
Childwatch International – At this Web site you’ll find CHILDWATCH, an international network for institutions and individuals involved in research for children.
TimBookTu: Stories, Poetry and Essays with an African American Flavor – At this Web site you’ll find a variety of original stories, poetry and essays designed to showcase up-and-coming African American writers and poets who desire a place to have their works made available to the World Wide Web audience.
The Leadership Conference on Civil Rights the nation’s oldest, largest, and most diverse coalition of organizations committed to the protection of civil and human rights in the United States
African American Buying Power – By the University of Georgia’s Selig Center for Economic Growth
Cultural Survival – a non-profit organization founded in 1972 to defend the human rights and cultural autonomy of indigenous peoples and oppressed ethnic minorities.
Salon Magazine – Experts and entrepreneurs struggle to explain why African-Americans are underrepresented in the online population and in the Net industry
Taliferro – Promoting the arts
Stanley “Tookie” Williams – Co-founder of the Crips.
The African American Shopping Mall – another site where you can find products and services from numerous African American entrepreneurs. Your place to shop for afrocentric products.
The Blue Highway – a history of the blues.
InterJazz – The Internet Jazz Plaza
FunkJazz Kafe – for the growth & development of the progressive fusion of music, poetry, and visual arts in the underground of cultural cities worldwide.
The Voluptuous Woman Company – “Size is Just a Number”. An organization for the full figured woman.
National Council of Negro Women – Founded in 1935 by noted educator and human rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune.
Moondance: Celebrating Creative Women
Read the powerful story of the slave Celia, hanged for defending herself against sexual assault.
kpraise100– a good site for black praise and worship music and preaching
WalkerHouse – An interactive Christian community on the internet.
My Shoes Passing For White? Passing For Black? – My Shoes is a support group in cyberspace hosted by clinical psychologist Dr. Juanita Brooks for biracial/multiracial children, adolescents and adults who have a white appearance
HeartBeat! Black Love and Relationships – Providing a wealth of cultural and educational information on Black love and relationships, and the effects current society has on marriages and relationships of people of color.
A site dealing with the INTERracial issue.
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Portraits In Black – This Web Site is gratefully dedicated to the memory of black men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces and defended freedom and democracy.
The Black Loyalists – History of Birchtown, Nova Scotia. Among the founding group were 936 freed slaves.
Agnes Kane Callum – Baltimore’s Premier African American Genealogist.
The Cemetery During the past few years Wendel A. White has photographed communities and towns in the southern counties of the state. Most of these locations originated as African American settlements, some as early as the 18th century.
Afro-American History – At this Web site you will find a collection of hyperlinks about Afro-American History. Whether you are interested in the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry or A historical resource on the Gullah culture, this site can guide you there.
Uncle Remus History/Ethnology Research Project – At this Web site you’ll find the Uncle Remus History/Ethnology Research Project.
African-American History and Culture Items List – At this Web site you’ll find hyperlinks to twelve historical documents with an explanations
African Americans in The Visual Arts, A Historical Perspective – This exhibit tells the story of the African-American artists’ quest for creative recognition in their chosen art forms.
Underground Railroad Research Center of Southern Ohio – to celebrate and revendicate the African-American legacy of Southeastern Ohio thru its people, its culture and artifacts, etc.
Mathematicians of the African Diaspora – these web pages have been created to exhibit accomplishments of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora within the Mathematical Sciences.
All Black 366th Infantry Regiment
The Seattle Times Martin Luther King, Jr. Website.
Phi Delta Psi Fraternity – Gamma Chapter
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.- International Home Page
African Philosophy Resources – At this Web site you’ll find robust collection of resources centeredaround African Philosophy
Hospice Africa – The aims of Hospice Africa are to provide or support the provision of palliative care to terminally ill cancer patients in the African setting.
The Institute for African Development (IAD) (IAD) fosters teaching, research, and outreach related to food security, human resource development including refugee assistance environmental resource management, economic growth, and policy guidance in Africa.
African Studies Quarterly – The African Studies Quarterly is an interdisciplinary, fully-refereed, publication focused entirely on scholarly writings concerning Africa.
WoYaa! Africa Search – Your Window to Africa on the Internet
Africa Reparations Movement – ARM(UK) believes that people of African origin have an historic task to perform, that is to ensure that the truth of what happened to people of African origin is exposed and that reparations are made to African people.
List of Historically Black Colleges and Universities – Black College Research
Black Excel – The College Help Network
National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice – a multiracial, nonpartisan, nonprofit association of criminal justice professionals and community leaders dedicated to improving the administration of justice.