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African Studies Quarterly: The Online Journal of African Studies     View
"ASQ is an interdisciplinary, fully refereed, online journal dedicated to publishing the finest scholarship relating to the African continent." African American Literature Book Club     View
This site is a "source of critical reviews of books by and about African American Authors. ... The site features profiles of hundreds of published and unpublished authors and poets, book description and reviews, an online reading group, discussi ...

Diverse Issues in Higher Education     View
Dedicated to minority issues. A news source for information concerning challenges at higher educational institutions.

The Jackson Davis Collection of African American Educational Photographs     View
A collection of nearly 6,000 photographs taken from 1915-1930 of "African American schools, teachers and students throughout the Southeastern United States." Davis "intended to demonstrate the wretched conditions of African American sc ...

Mathematicians of the African Diaspora (MAD)     View
Profiles of black mathematicians, computer scientists, and physicists; a history of Blacks in modern mathematics; a section on Black women in math sciences; math in ancient Africa; job listings; and links to Black organizations and journals in the fi ...

The National Archives: Women     View
Annotated links to "historical websites relevant to women in the United States." Topics include African American women, bibliographies, biographies, politics and women, primary documents and images, women's suffrage, and women in the milita ...

Journal of Pan African Studies     View
JPAS is a quarterly journal focusing on scholarly, peer-reviewed articles on ???African world community studies and research???, current and historical, and the issues surrounding these communities. No registration required.

Althea Gibson     View
This is the official website for Althea Gibson, who "overcame unbelievable odds to achieve international acclaim and success ... in both amateur tennis and professional golf." Gibson, who died in 2003 at the age of 76, was "the first A ...

The National Women's History Project     View
The NWHP is a nonprofit educational organization focused on recognizing and celebrating the achievements of women throughout history. Includes information on Women's History Month, a Resource Center, and a blog.

Black Facts Online     View
A searchable database of events in African-American history. You can search by date or by keyword.




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