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Arts, Culture & Literature
African American Culture — A web site listing other cultural information.
African American Culture Complex — Depictions of culture, history and pride through
    art forms.
African American Women In Cinema — African American Women In Cinema is a
    non-profit organization whose mission is to support minority women filmmakers
    by providing resources in the film industry.
African American Music & Culture — Archives of African American Music & Culture
Smithsonian Museum — African Americans in the Visual Arts.
Africa Institute of South Africa — The Africa Institute was established in 1960, and
    whose focus is primarily on political, socio economic, international and
    development issues in contemporary Africa.
Alabama A&M University — The University reflects the uniqueness of the traditional
    land-grant institution which combines professional, vocational and liberal arts.
Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library — Special Collections & Archives Dept. of     Denver Library.
Columbia University — African Studies
Duke University — African & African American Studies
Grambling State University — Founded in 1901 as a private industrial school,
    the University is now a constituent institution in the University of Louisiana System
    and now a comprehensive university offering undergraduate, graduate, professional
    and continuing education programs.
Lawson State Community College — "It is the policy of the Alabama State Board of
    Education and Lawson State Community College, a postsecondary institution under its
    control, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin,
    age, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be
    subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or employment. 
Moorehouse College — The College is the nation's largest, private liberal arts college
    for African-American men.
Moorehouse School of Medicine — A historically black institution established to recruit
    and train minority and other students as physicians, biomedical scientists, and
    public healthcare professionals committed to the primary healthcare needs of
    the underserved.
Thurgood Marshal Scholarship Fund — The Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund (TMSF)
    was established in 1987 to carry on Justice Marshall's legacy of equal access to
    higher education by supporting exceptional merit scholars attending America's
    Public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
United Negro College FundA mind is a terrible thing to waste.
University of Pennsylvania — African Studies Center
University of Pittsburg — African Studies Program
Xavier University of Louisiana — Xavier University of Louisiana is Catholic and
    historically Black. The ultimate purpose of the University is the promotion of a
    more just and humane society.
African American Resources Project — Telling Our Story Through History
    and Genealogical Data... U.S. African American Griots.
AfriGeneas — African Ancestored Genealogy... from Africa to the Americas.
ALGenWeb — Alabama African American Marriages
Christine's Genealogy Website — Who are your people?
Genealogical Societies — Listing of Genealogical Societies
Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc. — Washington D.C.
The AfriGeneas List of Links — African American Genealogical resources on the Internet
The Newberry Library — A Bibliography of African American Family History

U.S. Government Archives — African American Research
Black Women's Health Imperative — The new name of the National Black Women's
    Health Project
Medicine and the National Institutes Of Health.
African-American Health — Medline Plus - A service of the U.S. National Library of
    Medicine and the National Institutes Of Health.
AfricaAfrica: One Continent. Many Worlds (Museum)
African American Coal Miner Information Center — The historical record shows that
    the earliest coal mining in America of any commercial significance involved slaves
    working in the coal pits in the vicinity of Richmond, Virginia in the mid 1700s.
African-American Heritage Museum — Celebrate the Past, Live in the Present,
    Look to the Future
African-American History — From Jessica McElrath, your guide to African-American
African American Medal of Honor Winners — from the Civil War to the
    Spanish American War
African History Month — Exploring the complex African-American experience of
    of life and important history for the African-American Culture (Topics will change).
Allegany County, Maryland — African American History
ASALH — The Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
DuSable Museum of African American History — Telling the story...
Gateway to African-American History — The U.S. Department of State
    (changing highlights of national and international interest).
Great Blacks In Wax — The Museum is among the nation's most dynamic cultural and
    educational institutions. It is a wax museum committed solely to the study and
    preservation of African American history, highlighting historical and contemporary
    personalities of African ancestry defines its uniqueness.
The History Makers — Stories of success against the odds, of achievement in the
    face of adversity, and in all cases.. stories of inspiration.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project — A major research effort, at Stanford
    University, to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning
    Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated.
Paul Laurence — Dunbar House:  Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial is also a part of
    the National Park's Service's Dayton Aviation Heritage Trail.
We Shall Overcome - Historic places of the Civil Rights Movement
Africiana — Gateway to the Black World
African-American News & Issues — TEXAS' Widest Circulated and Read Newspaper
    with a Black Perspective .
Black America Web — Online news and views from
    current news, and all the usual comprehensive information of interest of the day .
Black Report — A gateway to news headlines and many "Black Magazines" listings.
The Black CoMMentator — Commentary, analysis and investigations on issues affecting
    African Americans.
Today's Drum — An online news magazine, pertaining to African-Americans.
NAACPMaking Democracy Work Since 1909.
African American Genealogy Society — Arkansas Chapter; The Arkansas Chapter of the
    Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) was founded in 1997
African American Genealogy Society — Ohio Chapter; Our Society began in 1990 as the
    fourteenth chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society.
African American Genealogical Society — California Chapter; a part of the "AFRICA:
    One Continent. Many Worlds." web site.

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