Links to Popular Black Owned Websites and Resources

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Related Websites - Black History Resources

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Check out the list of websites below that provide information on Black history and related information. 

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.

Black Facts - search by date, word or category.

Black History web site that combines music, photos, video, speeches, and 20th century icons.

Recent Acquisitions in African-American History & Literature - University of Virginia

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.