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Diversity on the Web: African American Resources

Compiled by Jametoria Burton, Jayati Chaudhuri,
and Donna L. Gilton

Links, Web Rings, Portals, Gateways, and Webliographies


1. Home.
2. African American Web Connection.
3. Baltimore County Public Library. African American Information Center.
4. Black History Links – Providence, RI.
6. Everything
9.US Africaonline.


Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)


1. The HBCU Network. 
2. United Negro College Fund
3.Clark Atlanta U.
4. Dillard U.
5. Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU).
6. Fisk U.
7. Hampton U.
8. Lincoln U.
9. Morehouse College
10.Spelman College.
11.Tougaloo College
12.Tuskegee University
13.Wilberforce U.
14.Xavier U. (New Orleans)

Black Studies Programs


Professional Associations

1. African and Development Studies.
2. National Association for Ethnic Studies.


Specific Programs


1. Cornell U. The Africana Studies and Research Center.
2. Harvard U. W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research.
3. Howard U. African Studies.
4. Indiana U. Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies.
5. Oberlin College. African American Studies Department.
6. U. of Pittsburgh. Africana Studies.
7. Providence College. Black Studies.
8. Temple U. African American Studies Department.
9. UCLA. Center for African American Studies.
10.U. of Rhode Island. African and Afro-American Studies.
11.Yale U. African American Studies.

Think Tanks


1. The Association for the Study of African-American Life and History (ASALH).
2. Fisk U. Race Relations Institute.
3. Harvard U. W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research.
4. Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
5. The Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolence and Social Change.
6. Transafrica.
7. U. of Massachusetts, Boston. Monroe Trotter Institute.


Museums and Exhibits


1. The African American Mosaic Exhibition (LC).
2. African American Museum in Philadelphia.
3. Anacostia Museum Homepage.
4. Black Cultural Centre of Nova Scotia.
5. DuSable Museum of African American History. (Chicago, IL)
6. Eyes of
7. The Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
8. The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site’s Online Visitor Information Center. 
9. Museum of African American History (Detroit, MI) 
10.Museum of Afro American History (Boston, MA)
11.National Afro-American Museum (Wilberforce, OH)
12.National Civil Rights Museum. (Memphis, TN)
13.The Rhode Island Black Heritage Society.

Specialized Libraries and Collections


1. Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System. Auburn Ave. Research Library on African American Culture and History.
2. Chicago Public Library. Carter G. Woodson Regional Library. The Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Culture.
3. Clark Atlanta U. Robert W. Woodruff Library.
4. Cornell U. John Henrik Clarke Africana Library.
5. Duke U. John Hope Franklin Collection.
6. Fisk U.
7. Howard U. Libraries.
8. Howard U. Libraries. Moorland-Spingarn Collection.
9. New York Public Library. Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture.
10.Temple U. Blockson Afro-American Collection.
11.Tulane U. Amistad Research Center.
12.U. of Pittsburgh. Hillman Library. Afro-American Collection.


Bookstores and Clubs


1. African American Literature Book Club (AALBC)
2. African (Online) Store.
3. Black Books Galore. (juvenile literature) or
5. G.R.I.T.S. Kidz.
7. Multicultural Kids
8. Destiny Image Catalog Store
9. Shrine of the Black Madonna Bookstore and Cultural Center.


Book Reviews and Literary Sources


1. Authors on Tour.
2. Black Issues Book Reviews.
3. Black
4. Pentouch Literary
5. Callaloo.
6. QBRonline: The Quarterly Review of Black Books.





1. Amber Publishing. http://www.AMBERBOOKS.COM
2. Black Butterfly Press.
3. Black Classic Press.
4. R.H. Boyd Publishing Company. (National Baptist Publishing Board).
5. Howard U. Press.
6. Johnson Publishing.





1. African American News and Issues.
2. Atlanta Tribune.
3. Bay State Banner.
4. Capital Outlook.
5. The Central Florida Advocate.
6. The Challenger Newspaper. 
7. The Charlotte Post.
8.Dallas Examiner.
9.Exodus Newsmagazine.
10.The Indianapolis Recorder.
11.Insight News.
12.Michigan Bulletin Community.
13.Michigan Citizen.
14.Monroe Free Press.
15.The National Black Family Empowerment Agenda.
16. Philadelphia Tribune.
17. Pure-News USA.
18.The Skanner Online.



Popular Magazines


1. American Legacy.
2. Ebony Magazine.
3. Essence Magazine.
4. Jet Magazine.
5. Savoy Magazine.


Professional Periodicals


1. The Black Collegian Online.
2. Black Enterprise.
3. Black Issues in Higher Education.



Scholarly Journals


1. Black Journalism Review Online.
2. Black Scholar.
3. Crisis.
4. Journal of Black Studies. - Go to journal index and then to the Journal of Black Studies.
5. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education.
6. Journal of Negro Education.
7. Journal of Negro History.
8. Review of Black Political Economy.
9. The Western Journal of Black Studies.


Radio and Television


1. Black Entertainment Television. (BET)
2. Tom Joyner.





1. Children’s Defense Fund.
2. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
3. National Urban League.
4. 100 Black Man.
5. Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
6. Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
7. Southern Poverty Law Center.


Religious Bodies



1. Congress of National Black Churches.
2. The African Methodist Episcopal Church. (AMEC).
3. The African Methodist Episcopal Church Zion (AMEZ). (currently under construction)
4. Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. (CME)
5. Church of God in Christ.
6. National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.
7. Progressive Baptist Convention of California.





Religious Bodies (Cont.)


1. Ayecha.
2. Black and Jewish Web Page.
3. Black Jews, Hebrews, and Israelites.
4. Sistahfriends.



1. The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement.
2. Masjid Taqua-An-Nur (The Bilalian Nation).
3. The Nation of Islam Online.
4. Nation of Islam Settlement No. 1.

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