African American Studies

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African American History  This page has a lot of good information on African American history. This history is divided into state sections and a section on different people.
African American Historical Figures This site highlights African American individuals of note. It also has the "Internet African American History Challenge©" which "is an interactive quiz that helps you sharpen your knowledge of African American History. It's an 'open book' test. So if you're not sure of an answer, you can check our reference material for help."
Black History Month This is a guide on Black History that are available on the WWW that includes material on Black history, literature, and on-line resources and publications.
Black History, American History A superb collection on Black history from the annals of the Atlantic Monthly.
Black World Today African American e-zine depicting the black experience in the US today. "The leading Black site on the World Wide Web, covering news and views about African American and Black communities around the world."
Black Voices This is an e-zine about African-American society today. Our mission is simple: To be the #1 Black interactive online community in the world. To achieve that goal, we believe there are fundamental BLACK CULTURAL values that have to be reflected in the programming of our service."
Britannica Guide to Black History, The This guide is arranged as a timeline, split into 5 sections, and covers the years 1619-1997. Each section is further divided into two general subsections: topic and biography. Topics include slavery and politics, civil rights and politics, arts and entertainment, and religion, among others.
Martin Luther King, Jr. A rich set of resources relating to Dr. King, including audio clips from speeches. Maintained by the Seattle Times.
Universal Black Pages A comprehensive listing of pan-African home pages.
Below are articles written by different African American authors  
Awakening of the Negro, The Booker T. Washington - (1896)
Case of the Negro, The Booker T. Washington - (1899)
Interview with W.E.B. Du Bois Ralph McGill (1963)
Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King, Jr. (1963), originally published as "The Negro Is Your Brother"
A Negro Schoolmaster in the New South W.E.B. Du Bois
Of the Training of Black Men W.E.B. Du Bois, (1902)
Race An extensive meta-index for Black and American Studies. Categories include: African-American Bibliography, Asian Envy, The Death of Affirmative Action, Douglass - My Escape from Slavery, Eaten up by Stereotypes, King: Free At Last, Networking the Nations, NAACP, Nelson Mandela, Race and the Religious Right, Racial Discrimination, Racism and Academia, Truth: Ain't I a Woman?, Who are the World's Indigenous?, and many more.
Reconstruction Frederick Douglass (1866)
Strivings of the Negro People W.E.B. Du Bois,  (1897)