African America History
A database of African American history from about.com
Black History – Exploring African-American Issues on the
Six Web sites were created as models to suggest ways to integrate the World Wide Web and videoconferencing into classroom learning.
Distinguished Women of Past and Present
Biographies of distinguished African American women
Time.com Celebrates Black History
From the painful passage of the civil rights movement to the soaring magic of Jordan, the passion of Gates and the hip-hop beat of Hill, browse TIME’s words and LIFE’s images documenting the American story that is celebrated every February.
The History and Origins of African-American History Month
Originally established as Negro History Week in 1926 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a noted African-American author and scholar, this event evolved into the establishment in 1976 of February as “Black History Month.” This commemoration has increasingly been referred to as “African-American History Month” although both names are currently in use.
The AFRO-American Almanac® is an online presentation of the African in America. A historical, perspective evolution.
African-American History: Black History Month
Activities and history from enchantedlearning.com
The Universal Black Pages
Black history from the Universal Black Pages.com
History of African-American Newspapers
African-American newspapers came into existence before the Civil War as a medium of expression of abolitionist sentiment.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica Guide to Black History
Encyclopædia Britannica's Guide to Black History represents an effort to trace the African American experience and achievements in the United States and elsewhere.
African American History
The history of African Americans in the United States has been a paradox of incredible triumph in the face of tremendous human tragedy. This site serves as a portal to the vast and growing array of information on the Web and in other sources on the thirty seven million African Americans in the nation.
African American History and Culture
The Library of Congress’s Manuscript Division has one of the nation's most valuable collections for the study of African-American history and culture. The Library's holdings include information about slavery and the slave trade as well as other aspects of plantation life. Papers of slaveholders provide one view of slavery, and slave narratives give another.
Freedom's Journal provided international, national, and regional information on current events and contained editorials declaiming slavery, lynching, and other injustices. The Journal also published biographies of prominent African-Americans and listings of births, deaths, and marriages in the African-American New York community.
Afro-America’s Black History Museum
Explore and enjoy interactive exhibits
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History
(ASALH) has established the national theme for the month long celebration. The National Theme for the celebration in the year 2007 is "From Slavery to Freedom: The Story of Africans in the Americas."
US Civil Rights Photo Gallery
Dramatic Photos form the Civil Rights Movement
Black History Month Resouces
Resources from the Tennessee Technological University
African American History and Study Resources
Comprehensive listing of professional associations, research centers and contemporary issues.
Moments in Black History
Pivotal events in the civil rights movement as they unfolded in Spokane,Washington and the rest of the country.
A Look at Black History Month
Black History Month gallery, calendar and timeline.
MSN: Encarta: Black History Month
February is Black History Month, a chance to honor the lives and achievements of African Americans. Join MSN Encarta in celebrating Black History Month, and explore our special coverage of the African American Experience.