Check out the list of websites below that provide
information on Black history and related information. Hopeful you'll
discover something interesting.
Teacher Tools -
Lessons, Activities and Information for Teaching Black History
The resources herer will provide information, lessons, and activities that will help educators bring Black History into the classroom, not just in February, but year round.
African-American Mosaic - a Library of Congress Resource guide for the study of black history and culture. A resource guide to the institution's African American collections.
African American Holocaust - photos and text about lynching's of African Americans. Not for the faint hearted.
African Americans in History - includes information on Benjamin Banneker, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Jacobs, and more.
Black Facts - search by date, word or category.
Black History of New Hampshire - New Hampshire's black history began in Portsmouth in 1645, and there are important stories to tell. The goal of the creators of this site is to tell those stories.
Book, The - a Black history web site that combines music, photos, video, speeches, and 20th century icons.
South Carolina African American History Online - monthly biographies of influential African Americans.
Africa World Press and Red Sea Press - sister presses publishing books about Africa, African-Americans, and the African Diaspora.
African American Images - publisher and distributor of black studies and Afro centric material.
Black Classic Press - devoted to publishing obscure, significant and important works and books by and about people of African descent.
Onnidan's Black College Sports Online - comprehensive site devoted to sports information about America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).
United Negro College Fund (UNCF) - an educational assistance organization with 40 private, historically black, member colleges and universities.