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Black History Month - Gale Cengage Learning     View
This site celebrates Black History month by highlighting the lives of more than fifty African Americans. The site also includes a timline, different activities and even a quiz.

The Internet African American History Challenge     View
This site has brief profiles of several important 19th-century black Americans and a short interactive quiz based on the material presented. Created by an African American Baptist minister.

African American History Timeline     View
This site provides a chronology of historical events from before 1600 through 1969, a chronology about blacks in the western United States, and a list of sources. Also includes a bibliography, a research guide, and links to descriptions of individual ...

Black Voices     View
This website provides news, discussion forums, and information on sports, entertainment, careers, style, and other topics of interest to the African American community. From America Online (AOL).

Women's History Month     View celebrates Women's History Month and International Women's Day (March 8) by featuring articles on the women's history movement and on women's current status in politics, business, the arts, and other fields. There is a categorical list ...

National Women's History Month Honorees     View
The National Women's History Project selection of women whose contributions or accomplishments are embodied in the year's theme. Birth and death years, occupation, and a brief profile are provided for each of the several dozen honorees.

Black Film Center/Archive     View
The Black Film Center/Archive is a repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans, including films which have substantial participation by blacks as writers, actors, producers, directors, musicians, and consultants, as well ...

Women's History Month     View
Compilation of federal government resources celebrating Women's History Month, observed in March. Features exhibitions, biographies, articles and stories, lesson plans and student activities, and other material about women's history. Also learn about ...

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Seattle's Black History     View
This 2002 series of Seattle Post-Intelligencer articles describes the role played by black pioneers in shaping the history and character of Seattle. Features a timeline from 1852 to 2003. Includes historic photographs and links to additional resource ...

Social Activism Sound Recording Project: The Black Panther Party     View
A browsable chronology, beginning in 1960, of the militant African American "self-defense" group formed in Oakland, California. Includes audio, video, transcripts of speeches, and a bibliography. Maintained by Gary Handman, head of the Medi ...




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