Global News - Media, Newspapers, Magazines

A -General Works

000 Generalities

“One of my greatest sources of pleasure is reading.
I knew at a very young age that reading for me was the ultimate source of freedom.
With knowledge, you have the potential to reach great heights in every phase of life
—from childhood through adulthood.”—Oprah Winfrey

US 2012-2014 Presidential Election
Barack Obama and Joe Biden

List of African-American Firsts

A Good Black Man Online Magazine
The African American Registry
African Americans - Notable
American Heritage Dictionary
Race Forward
Black E.O.E. Journal
Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords
Black Press
Education Week
Black Voices
Commemorative Observances: A Chronological List (PDF Format)
Common Dreams News Center
Digital Library Periodicals
Essence Online
Final Call, Nation of Islam Newspaper
First National Black Opera Company
Hispanic Fact Book, 2004
Independent Media Center
International Information Programs
Issues & Views
Jet Magazine Online

Library of Congress Prints & Photographs (P &P) Online Catalog
Minority Report
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) 
Public Broadcasting System (PBS)
Stamp on Black History - ABC Menu
The Indianapolis Recorder
The Mississippi Link
The Native Web
The Network Journal 
The North Star
The Original Black Universe
USA Africanonline 
Unity Journalists
World Flags
World License Plates
World Newspapers


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AM - Museums

708 Galleries, museums, private collections

See also Collections for additional web sites

"Do not accept injustice, inequity and intolerance. Find a way to get in the way."
Congressman John Lewis

Adirondack Museum
African American History Research: A Guide to MTSU Library and Internet Sources
African American Museum, Cleveland
African American Museum in Dallas Texas
African American Museum in Philadelphia
African Art - Aesthetics and Meaning in Virginia
Albany Institute of History and Art
American Diner Museum
American Cotton Museum
Anacostia Museum
Arna Bontemps African American Museum 
Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
Boston Museum of Afro American History 
Boulder Museum of History
California African American Museum 
Charles W. Wright Museum of African American - Detroit
Delta Blues Museum
Detroit Historical Museums
DuSable Museum of African American History, Chicago
Freetown Village - Living History Museum 
Historic Deerfield
International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum - Detroit 
International Slavery Museum
Jim Crow Museum
Kansas Museum of History
Korean War Veterans National Museum and Library
Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Martin Luther King Jr. - National Historic Site Exhibition
Museum of African American History, Detroit
Museum of Afro American History (MAAH)
National Air and Space Museum
National Civil Rights Museum
National Museum of African Art 
National Museum of American History
National Museum of the American Indian
Peabody Essex Museum
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History

Southern California Art Galleries and Museums

The Acacia Collection 
The African American Museums Association

The Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture, Washington, DC

The Museum of African American History 
Underground Railroad Museum

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Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

B - Religion

 100 Philosophy and Psychology; 200 Religion

There is no prospect that man will ever be without religion, 
but there is every prospect that he will soon be beyond 
our present religious beliefs.
Preacher Defend Hell ''William Pickens''[written February, 1923]

You cannot be a complete human being without filling the spiritual void that is inside every person. Training camp Christians [those who attempt to barter with God to achieve success] try to fill that void with religion, money, success, sex, drugs, and the list could go on and on. This void can only be filled with a relationship and continued walking with God through his Son, Jesus Christ.
Reggie White, NFL Football, retired Green Bay Packers

"Whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men."
(Colossians 3:23)

312 Azusa Street, California
A Black and Christian Community
A Good Blackman
African-American Pentecostal and Holiness collection 1876-1989
Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies
Black Women and Mental Health
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Church of God in Christ Headquarters
Cultural Psychology Links
Greater Refuge Temple, New York
Holy Cross Libraries
International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation
International Religious Freedom (U.S. Dept of State)
Islam, Islamic Studies, Arabic, Religion
Orthodox Hebrews
Progressive National Baptist Convention
Psychology Dictionary
Religion News Service (RNS)
Religious Movement – Black Jews

South Houston Bible Institute

The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Potter's House & T.D. Jakes Ministries
Virtual Religion Index
West Angles COGIC - Los Angeles

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Behavior Modification

BF - Psychology, Behavior Modification - Change Habit

158 Mental process and intelligence

See also R-Medicine for additional web sites

The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead
of his tongue


Anxiety Coach
Anxiety neurosis: become less nervous
Behavior Modification
Better Budgeting
Breakfast Importance
Change Habit Blinking
Check Your Eating Habits
Everything you need to know about Caffeine - International Food Council
Exercise Plans
Foundation for a Smoke Free America
Gamblers Anonymous
Guide to Quit Smoking
Healthy Habits
How to Quit Smoking
How to Stop Watching TV
Money Management
Motivate Healthy Habits
My Way Out (Problem Drinking)
Nail Biting
Nail Biting History
Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation (OCF)
Organized Tips
Overcoming Selfishness
Procrastination - Psychological Self Help
Procrastination Research Group
Public Speaking
Quit Smoking
Shake Your Shyness
Simple Tips For Self-Motivation and To Stop Procrastinating
Smoke Free
Spreading Germs (CDC)
Stop your child from cursing
Study Tips
Tips for Better Test Taking


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biography, Heritage, and Genealogy

C - Sciences of History 

920 Biography, genealogy, insignia

"When I do a routine I am usually playing three fathers 
all the time-my grandfather, my father and myself. ''
Bill Cosby [c. 1988]

See Also LC-Library of Congress for Additional Web sites

Florida Heritage Collection
Free African American of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware
LC-African American Perspectives: the Daniel A.P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907
LC-American Memory from the Library of Congress - African American Odyssey
LC-American Memory from the Library of Congress, Maps
LC-The Frederick Douglass Papers, American Memory
LC-Local History and Genealogy Reading Room, Library of Congress
The Press and Lynchings of African Americans


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CB - Culture and Institutions

CB - History of Civilization & Culture
306 Culture & Institutions

"Government of the People by the People for the People shall not perish from the earth."
--Abraham Lincoln

Black Cultures in the Americas Resources (Furman University)
Culture (UNESCO)
The Institute of Black Culture (University of Florida)
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History (UNC Chapel Hill)


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"Once you learn to read you will be forever free"
Frederick Douglass [1701-1895]

CR - Heraldry

929 Heraldry, genealogy

See also Collections for additional web sites


Expert Genealogy African American

Genealogical Links

Genealogy Spot African American

Heraldry on the Internet
The Heraldry Society 


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CS - Genealogy

920 Biography, Genealogy, insignia

See also Collections for additional web sites

"The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppose"
Frederick Douglass [1701-1895]


Africana Heritage Project, University of South Florida
African American Cemeteries Online Florida
African American Census Schedules Online
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc.
American History and Genealogy Project

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Desha County - Arkansas - Largest Slave Holders of 1860
Jefferson County - Arkansas - Largest Slave Holders of 1860

The Afrigeneas Homepage

The DNA Ancestry Project


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CT - Biography

920 Biography, Genealogy, insignia

"No matter how much your spirit has been crushed, it can unfurl again and bloom."
Alice Walker


28 Profiles on Important African Americans 
African American History
Anna J. Cooper
Benjamin Banneker
Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod
Biographies of Great African Americans
Black History Month
Checker, Chubby
Citizen King 
Daddy Grace Baptism, Oakland, CA (PDF File - Image)
Eldridge Cleaver 
Gibson, Althea
Green, Jonathan
Grimke, Archibald
Hunter-Gault, Charlayne
John Hope Franklin
Malcolm X
Martin Luther King Online 
M.L. King, Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University
Notable African American Women
Oral history archives
The Internet African American History Challenge

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History:  General and Outside the Americas

D - History: General and Outside of Americas

900 Geography & history

The liberation of oppressed people across the world
depends upon the liberation of black people in this country. 
Address, 19th Anniversary of the National Guardian,
Hotel Americana, New York [October 27, 1967]

African -Americans History
Cornell University
Freedmen and Southern Society Project Staff
Rulers - International
University of California at Los Angeles
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
University of Yale University
WPA Film Library

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Great Britain

DA - Great Britain

940 Great Britain

"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong.
Because someday in life you will have been all of these."
George Washington Carver


Anatomy of a 419 Scam
Black Britain - United Kingdom
Caribbean Studies Black and Asian History (CASBAH) UK


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DT - Africa

960 General history of Africa

Whoever works without knowledge works uselessly. 
African Proverb


African Crafts and Art

Africa Education
Africa Intelligence
African Online Digital Library (AODL)
African Access Review (Children’s materials on Africa)
African American Planning Commission
Ancient Egypt on the Web
New Africa Radio
The African Daily
The Africa Guide
The Kamusi Project
W.E.B DuBois Institute for African and African American Research – Harvard University

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African-American History

E - History: United States

970 General history of North America

  The American Negro must remake his past in order to make his future...
The Negro Digs up His Past [1925]

Abolition as a Social Movement 
African Americans in History
African American History: Welcome
African American History, Impact, and Culture
African American Mosaic 
African American Odyssey - Lynching Crusade
African American Web Connection
American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology
Authors and the Federal Writer's Project 
Black Facts Online
Black History: Past to Present
BUBL LINK: African American Links
Cavalcade of the American Negro
Civil Rights in the United States
Discovery School, African American Studies, The Great Migration
Digital Librarian, African Americans
Diversity in the United States
First Nations Histories
Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute
Informed Resource: U.S. Historical Documents Regarding Slavery
Internet African American History Challenge
Inuit Cultural Perspectives
Kwanzaa Information Center
Letters from a Slave States by James Stirling
American Lynching
  Baker, Frazier - Lynching of Postmaster Frazier Baker and His Infant Daughter Julia, 1898
Clayton - Jackson Memorial Park
Crime Library - Lynching in America
Leo Frank’s Lynchers
Leo M. Frank Case – University of Georgia
Lynching Atlanta – Leo Frank
Tom Watson
Moores Ford Lynchings - Georgia - 1946
The Negro Holocaust: Lynching and Race Riots in the United States, 1980-1950 Yale University
  The Newberry 6, Newberry, FL, 1916
Negro is Lynched in Garland City Arkansas
Rosewood Massacre, Florida
Tusla Riots, OK
  Willie James Howard, Live Oak, FL, 1944
Without Sanctuary
Official Kwanzaa Web Site
On the Old Plantation: Reminiscences of His Childhood. J. G. Clinkscales, 1855-1942
Primary sources for historical research: African-American History and the Antebellum South
Programs in African American Studies in the United States
Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
Scope System - Dates
Statistical & Geographical Patterns 
Taking the Train to Freedom: Underground Railroad
Time line of African American History
The Beginnings of the American Colonization Society 
The Underground Rail Road - National Geographic
Underground Railroad Music
  Anna Maria Weems Escaped from Slavery on the Underground Railroad!
  Buxton National Historic Site (Canada)
  National Underground Railroad Map
  National UGRR Rochester NY
  Underground Railroad in Franklin County
  Underground Railroad Routes
    "Taking the Train to Freedom": The Underground Railroad Special Resource Study
The William Winters Institute for Racial Reconcilation, Old Miss, Oxford, MS

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Black History

E - History: United States

326 Slavery & Emancipation

See also Ready Reference Library of Congress for additional web sites

By and large...the Afro-American is not a particularly sadistic fellow, 
despite his long and intimate association with Caucasians.
How to be Happy, Though Colored, "Thank You Fuehrer" [written 1939] 

"Address to the Free People of Colour of these United States" PBS
A Multimedia Textbook
A View of the Million Man March Gathering 
Africans in America (1750-1865) PBS
African Studies Quarterly - University of Florida
American Colonization Society: a Memorial to the United States Congress PBS
America's Journey through Slavery
An Emotional Celebration for Thousands of Black Men 
Carleton College: African/African American Studies Department
Celebrities Speak out at the Million Man March 
CNN Article on the Million Man March & Louis Farrakhan 
Confessions of Nat Turner 
Emma Lapsansky on the American Society of Free Persons of Colour PBS
Francis Herderson - Discribes living conditions under slavery (1856)

Guide to Sources for the History of Slavery in the University of Chicago Library

History Timelines on the Web ... The History Beat 
"I Will Be Heard!" Abolitionist in America (Cornell University)
International Slavery Museum
James Martin - Remembers a slave auction (1937) 
Julie Winch on black support for the ACS and the Bethel meeting PBS
Juneteenth and Emancipation Day Celebrations (USF)
LC - The African American Mosaic: A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History & Culture
LC - The African American Mosaic (colonization, abolition, migrations, and the WPA)
LC - African American History and Culture
LC - African American Perspectives: the Daniel A.P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907
LC - African and Middle Eastern Reading Room
LC - American History Archives, Smithsonian
LC - Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
LC - Library of Congress Page for gateway access to LC's catalog and those at many other institutions
LC - Locating collections found during a RLG NUCMC search
LC - National Archives and Records Administration
LC - National Union Catalog
LC - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC)
LC - NUCMC / OCLC Manuscripts on African American
LC - NUCMC / OCLC Manuscripts Easy Search Form (word list)
LC - Posted E-Books - Gutenburg Project
LC - Prints and Photographs Division, Carl Van Vechten
LC - The African American Mosaic (Colonization, Abolition, Migrations, and the WPA)
LC - The First American West: The Ohio River Valley 1750-1820
LC - Top 100 – E-Books – Project Gutenburg
Levi Jordan Plantation 
Meeting of Free People of Color of Richmond - Virginia PBS
Million Man March Pledge 
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center 
SI - African-American Resources at the Smithsonian Institution
SI - Encyclopedia Smithsonian: African American History and Culture
SI - George Catlin's Artwork
Slave Names (California Reports)
Slave Policies Reports (illinois - August 2004)
Sojourner Truth
Sojourner Truth - A Brief Bio 
The Mission of the Black Panther Party Research Project
The Slave Route
The Underground Railroad 
Transafrican Forum
Transcript of Louis Farrakhan's Speech 
UGA African American Studies
Harvard University
Ohio State University
Temple University
University of California at Berkeley
University of California at Los Angeles
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
University of Yale University
World's Day of Atonement

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E - Native American History

973 Native Americans

See also Native American Speeches for additional web sites

"Every calendar's days are numbered." A Lexophile


Aboriginal Canada Portal - Portail des Autochtones au Canada
American Indian History and Related Issues
American Indian Studies
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Center for Word Indigenous Studies
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
Indianz Your Internet Resource (Current News)
LC - American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
LC - American Memory from the Library of Congress
LC - American Memory from the Library of Congress - African American Odyssey
LC - American Memory from the Library of Congress - Maps
LC - American Memory from the Library of Congress - Multiple Collection Search
LC - Archival Internet Resources
LC - Archival Preservation
LC - Edward C. Curtis's "The North American Indian" (Photographic Images)
Native Americans
Native American Genealogy
Native American History and Culture: Encyclopedia Smithsonian
Native American Site (American Indian Library Association)
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)
National Museum of the American Indian
Native Tribes of the United States and Canada

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Western Hemisphere

E-F - History: Western Hemisphere

E - America

F - U.S. History Local & Americas

900 World History

America is a patch work quilt where all ethnic groups stand side by side.
Janice Hale Benson, Black Child in Education [1986]

Columbia American History Online
Early American Tools
Making of America
Patchwork of African-American Life
Schomburg Center, New York
States and Capitals
U.S. Department of State

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Atlases, Maps

G - Atlases, Maps

900 Geography & history

"Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher."
Ophrah Winfrey

Afro -American Almanac
An Atlas of Cyberspaces
Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI)
Fodor's Travel Online
Portals to the World
Relief Web Map Centre
Travel Library


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Geography, Anthropology

GN - Geography, Anthropology

910 Geography & anthropology

"I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others,
rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence"
Frederick Douglass [1701-1895]

African American Geography
Association of Black Anthropologists
Geography Lessons and Activities
NOAA Web site Maps
The Soul of America
We Shall Overcome
Xpeditions@National Geographic


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GR - Folklore, folk beliefs

398.2 Folk literature

"The world is not given to you by your parents. It is
loaned to you by your children." -- Kenyan proverb

African and African-American Folk Tales
African-American Folktales and their Use in an Integrated Curriculum Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
African American Folktales
Folklinks: Folk and Fairy-Tale Sites
How the African American Storyteller Impacts the Black Family and Society
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute


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GV - Recreation

796 Athletic & outdoor sports & games

  In the field of sports you are more-or-less accepted for
what you do rather than what you are. 
New York Post [July 22, 1956]

National Black Scuba Divers (NABS)
Negro League Baseball League


Black College Sports
Black Legends of Professional Basketball
Black Sport and Entertainment Hall of Fame 
Damon D. Clark 
Jim Dandy Ski Club, Detroit
Judy Johnson
National Brotherhood of Skiers - Chicago
Walter (Buck) Leonard

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Community Business, Economies, and Socioloty

H - Social Sciences 

300 Social Sciences

The social science from the beginning were deliberately used 
as instruments to prove the inferiority of the people of the world, 
who were being used as slaves for the comfort of and culture of the masters.
Prospect of a World Without Racial Conflict American Journal of Sociology 
[March 1944]
Administration of Children and Families - News
AMBER Alert Web Site
America’s Children
BlackSeek Black Business
Diversity Job-Seeker Career, Employment - Job Resources
Diversity Resources
Diversity Resources, Wright State University

Ethnicity, Culture, and Race

Elections with Internet Resources, ALA, ACRL

Facilities & Services

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - Spam reduction
Federal Trade Commission for the Consumer
Gondwana Trade (Business)
Highlights of Women's Earning 2003 (PDF Format)
History Beat: World History on the Web
Human Development Report 2004
Humanities and Social Sciences Online H-Net
Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment (MOBE)
Minority Business Development Agency
National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
NSVRC- National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Native Web: Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World
Nursing Homes, Comsumer Reports - Search by State
Petersons’s Guide
Practical Advise for Business
Refdesk Business
Salary Expert Calculate - Wall Street Journal
Social Science Research Resources
Social Science Research Network
Social Sciences Virtual Library
Society for Human Resource Management
Sociological Research Online
The International Encyclopedia of Sexuality
The New York Times College Resources for Students and Faculty
The Smart Guide to Financial Aid
Threat and Humiliation: Racial Profiling, National Security, and Human Rights in the United States
Two American Entrepreneurs: Madam C.J. Walker and J.C. Penney
U.S. Census Public Information Office


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HA - Census

310 General statistics

A businessman on his deathbed called his friend and said, "Bill, when I die will have my remains cremated." "And what, Bill asked," "do you want me to do with your ashes?" The businessman said, "Just put them in an envelope and mail them to the Internal Revenue Service and write on the envelope, 'Now you have everything.'"

African American Census
Census for 1850, 1880, 1920 
Census Map
Statistical Abstract of the United States
The Black Population of the United States
Urban Institute
U.S. Census Bureau (Minorities)
U.S. Census
U.S. Census Press Release - Fact and Figures – Labor Day
US Census - Voting
U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics
U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service

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HD - Occupations

300 Economics

See also LB - Student Financial Aid - Scholarships for additional web sites

By perseverance the snail reached the ark.
-- Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Accounting Careers
ACT Discover
AG Agriculture Careers
Agricultural Career Guide
American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians Jobs
Building Construction Technology (BCT)
Business Gov
Canadian Business - Macleans, Ca, Top 100 Employers
Careers in Accounting
Careers in Finance
Careers in Zoos and Aquariums
Central Intelligence Agency
College Board: Majors and Careers (broad coverage)
DancerBallerina, Ballet Dancer )
Fire Science
Finding careers in golf
Global Edge - Doing Business in … Countries
Help About College – Network Administrator
Higher Careers
Medical Occupations
  ADA Dentist, Career
  American Advertising Agencies
  American Association of Colleges of Nursing AACN
  American Dental Hygienists’ Association
  American Society of Radiologic Technologists
  American Veterinary Medical Association
  Careers in Medicine
  Dentistry Career HealthWeb
  Forensic Graduate Schools
  Massage Therapy 101
  Medical Training Directory
  Nuclear Medicine Technologists
  Nursing Jobs
  Nursing World
  Physician Assistant
  Radiologic Technologists and Technicians
  Reddy’s Forensic Page
  So, you are interested in becoming a doctor?
National Weather Association Degree Programs in Meteorology or Atmospheric Science
Occupational Outlook Handbook – US Department of Labor (all occupations)
  Travel Agent US Department of Labor
  United States Department of Labor – Veterinarians
Public Relations Career Guide
Radio Frequency Identification for Business (RFID) Journal
Sempo Job Board
Small Business Administration
Small Business Advisors
USPHS Professional Advisory Committee
Veterinarian Jobs
Your Career in Electrical Engineering
Welcome to Teaching


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Commerce / Business

HF - Commerce / Business

380 Commerce, communications, transportation

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort,
but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy"
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. [1928-1968]


4-Serenity Online(Tax Preparation)
AYODFS(Accept Your Own, Do For Self) Clothes
Affordable Group Travel(AGT)
African American Booksellers
African Online Shop (African products from Africa)
African Wonders (Natural Hair Care Products)
Afritex (Wholesale African Fabrics)
Afro World Incorporated
Afro-Caribbean Chamber of Commerce
AHBAI (Trade Association of Black-Owned Companies that Manufacture Ethnic Hair Care and Beauty-Related Products)
Aliza's Cookies
Allure Model Management (Modeling Agency)
Ariel Mutual Funds
Atlanta Life Insurance Company
Ayers & Associates, Inc. (Search Firm)
Batian Peak Coffee (Kenyan Coffee)
Beauties of Color (Black Models)
Best Companies for Blacks, Asians & Hispanics
Black business Expo
Black Diamond Summit Tours
Black Models 2Black Pages
Black Travel Online
Blind Heart (Accessories for Weddings)
Bulletin Board Index
Castleberry Inn ( Atlanta, GA)
Collection Shop
Creations by Casandra (Greek Paraphernalia)
Displays for Schools, LLC. (Traveling Exhibits)
Dudley Products, Inc. (Cosmetics)

Ebony Pages (Business Directory, Metro Atlanta)

ExiNet ( Africa)
FUBU (Fashion)
Global MECCA (African American Economic Empowerment)
Glory Foods, Inc. (Seasoned, Southern-style canned vegetables)
Greek 4 Life (Retailer of Greek Paraphernalia)
H.J. Russell & Company
Hargrow & Associates (Real Estate & Financial Services, Michigan)
Hikima Creations (African American Art)
Independence Federal Savings Bank
Internet Resources for Minority Business Owners
Investing for Success
JDS Communications (Job Search)
Kidd & Company, LLC (Consulting, Marketing & Public Relations) (African American Businesses)
Luster Products, Inc. (Cosmetics)
Mechanics & Farmers Bank
Muse Cordero Chen, Inc. (Advertising Agency)
Mypheduh Films (Sankofa; Distributor of Cinema)
National Alliance of Market Developers 
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
Nubia Speaks ( Sale of Tribal Africa Cloth)
Nubian Secrets Products
OneUnited Bank (First Black-owned Internet bank in America)
PRWT Services, Inc. (Outsourced Services)
Painted Threads (One-of-a kind Fabric Art Cards)
Pan African Imagery, Inc. (Authentic African Art & Artifacts)
Paschal's (Home Cooking)
Prestige Design Group, Inc. (Uniforms and corporate apparel)
Seaway National Bank ( Chicago, IL)
Shopping Mall
Siméus Foods International, Inc. (Food Processing Company)
South Carolina Minority Business Marketplace
Stay Up ("Clothing That Won't Let You Down")
Technology Resources
Uniworld Group, Inc. (Advertising Agency)
Williams Financial Services Group
Wimbley Group Inc. (Advertising Agency)


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Family, Marriage, Women

HQ - Family, Marriage, Women

640 Home Economics and Family Living

See also HQ - Women's History for additional web sites

"Mother, Mother" To the Lady Who Writes About Rainbows
Touch my face, your face, glowing with enlightenment and wisdom. Embrace my arms and hands and feel the work and the duty of our people in years past. Experience the beauty of the Creation long ago, for you know I was there. Examine my feet, outstretched and strong like the mighty oak tree, so rooted in responsibility as we're proven to be. Sit on my tree stump to sense the past and present connectedness to nature. And adopt my cycle of renewal while keeping the culture for our children, all children, everywhere"Culture Keepers"!

Advancing Women
African American Families and Child Welfare
African American Family Histories
American Women’s History: A Research Guide: African American Women
American Women’s History: A Research Guide: American Indian Women
Association of Black Social Workers
Black Career Women

Black Girl International

Black Family Pledge
Black Women's Health
Center for Work and the Family
Children, the Digital Divide, the Federal Policy (PDF Format)
Husbands and Wives
Marriage, The Fascinating Way
National Indian Women’s Health Resource Center
The Black Women's Agenda
The Role of Race in Child Welfare
Women of Color Barriers to Living Violence Free
Women of Color Resources
Women’s Studies Programs, Departments and Research Centers

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HQ - Women

305 Social Groups, Women's History

See also HQ - Family, Marriage, Women for additional web sites

"With her marriage she got a new name and a dress." A Lexophile


All About Women in Vietnam
American Women's History: A Research Guide
Civil War Women
Documents from the Women's Liberation Movement
Early Modern Women Database
Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
From Domesticity to Modernity: What Was Home Economics?
From the Back Alleys to the Supreme Court and Beyond (Abortion law)
Jewish Women's Archive
National Museum of Women's History
Sophia Smith Collection (Smith College)
The Emancipation of Women, 1750-1920
The Girl's Fight For a Living 
The National Women's Hall of Fame
The National Women's History Project
Threads of Gold: Women of the Alaska Gold Rush
Women Come to the Front
Women In Military Service
Women In World History Curriculum
Women of the West Museum
Women's Biographies: Distinguished Women of Past and Present
Women's History - VIVA
Women in America
World Wide Web Virtual Library: Women's History


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HQ - Social Science

305.4 Gender Studies

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more
painful than the risk it took to blossom." ~Anais Nin


Distinguished Women of Past and Present
Gender & Race in Media
Gendercide Watch
WWW Virtual Library- Women & Gender Studies (ACRL)
Women & Gender- Related Forums
Women of Color Web
Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sites
WomenWatch (United Nations)


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Societies, Clubs

HS - Societies, Clubs

305 Social groups

See also LJ - Student Fraternities and Sororities
for additional web sites

"If there is no struggle, there is no progress"
Frederick Douglass [1701-1895]

African American Organizations

100 Black Men of America


African American Environmentalist Association (AAEA)


African American Heritage Preservation Foundation, Inc. (AAHPF)


African American Holiday Association 


African American Planning Commission, Inc.


African American Religious Organizations


African Atlantic Genealogical Society (AAGS)


African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)


African National Congress (ANC)


Alliance of African-American Artists

  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

American Visions Society


Association for Africanist Anthropology


Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (ASALH)


Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC)


Association of African American Web Developers (AAAWD)


Association of African Women Scholars (AAWS)


Association of Black Anthropologists ( ABA)


Association of Black Cardiologists


Association of Black Psychologists


Association of Black Sociologists (ABS)


Association of Concerned Africa Scholars (ACAS)


BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates)


Black Alliance for Educational Options


Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC)


Black Broadcasters Alliance


Black Caucus of the American Library Association


Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association (BESLA)


Black Music Caucus of New York


Black Panther Party


Black Sports Agents Association (BSAA)


Blacks In Government (BIG)


EbonyRider (Bikers)


Elegba Folklore Society, Inc.


Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund


Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship Inc.


Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)


International Society of African Scientists (ISAS)


Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.




National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID)

  National African-American RV'ers Association, Inc.

National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE)


National Association for Equal Opportunity In Higher Education (NAFEO)


National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC)


National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS)


National Association of Black Journalists


National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB)


National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW)


National Association of Black Telecommunications Professionals


National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ)


National Association of Market Developers, Inc. (NAMD)


National Bar Association (NBA)


National Black Business Trade Association


National Black Child Development Institute


National Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA)


National Black Family Empowerment Agenda (NBFEA)


National Black Law Students Association


National Black MBA Association, Inc.


National Black Nurses Association (NBNA)


National Black Radical Congress


National Black Sisters' Conference (NBSC; Catholic)


National Black United Front (NBUF)


National Black United Fund


National Brotherhood of Skiers (NBS)


National Congress of Black Women (NCBW)

  National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

National Dental Association (NDA)


National Medical Association (NMA)


National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA)


National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)


National Organization of Blacks In Government


National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.


National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)


National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP)


National Urban League


Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.


Organization of African Unity (OAU)


Organization of Black Airline Pilots


Organization of Black Designers


Organization of Black Screenwriters, Inc. (OBS)


Rainbow PUSH Coalition


The Sledge Group, Inc. ("Empowering Youth through Education & Life Experiences")


Southern Education Foundation (SEF)


Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc.


United Negro College Fund (UNCF)


Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

American Civil Liberties Union
Association for African American Historical Research and Preservation
Black Data Processing Association
California Librarians Black Caucus
Center for Equal Opportunity
Fencing Club
Habitat for Hummanity
National Association of Black Journalists Online
The National Conference for Community and Justice
National Organization of Minority Architects
National Society of Black Engineers
National Multi-Cultural Institute
Network of Alliances Bridging Race and Ethnicity
Organization of Black Screenwriters
Phi Kappa Literary Society
Rosa & Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development
Sigma Gamma Tau
The Federation for American Immigration Reform
The GW Parliamentary Debate Society
The National Low Income Housing Coalition

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HT - Communities, classes, and races

305.8 Ethnic studies, migration, comparative culture

"Whoever gossips to you will gossip about you."
A Spanish Proverb


Aboriginal Canada Portal - Portail des Autochtones au Canada
Camping With the Sioux: Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher
Encyclopedia of Cajun Culture
The Future of the Rainforest Peoples
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in Media
Hmong Homepage
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
MOST Journal on Multicultural Societies
NativeWeb - an Internet Community
The Patrin Web Journal - Romani (Gypsy) Culture and History
Stories of the Dreaming: Indigenous Australia
World Conference against Racism



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Political Science

J - Political Science

320 Political science

See also K - Law: Federal, State, and Local for additional web sites

 In politics, as in other things, 
there is no such thing as one getting something's for nothing. 
The payoff may involve compromises 
various types that may strike at the ideals 
and principles one has held dear all his life. 
Why I Can't Run for Congress on the Old Party Ticket, The Call 
[April 28, 1944]


9-11 Commission Final Report
African American Politics

AntiRacismNet: About Us

Blacks in Government
Black Panther Party Index

Breaking Racial Barriers: African Americans in the Harmon Foundation

CAMPUS & UNIVERSITY Police Departments
Disproportionate Incarceration of African Americans for Drug Offenses in U.S.
Federal Bureau of Investigation's Freedom of Information Act
Gender-Responsive Strategies: National Institute of Corrections
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Inmate Religious Beliefs and Practices, US Department of Justice
Legal Information Institute – Cornell University
Lynching victims
Malcolm X: A Research Site
Minorities and Racism
National Civil Rights Museum
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Political Advocacy Groups
Political Database in four languages – Georgetown University
Political Database of the Americas
Polling Report
Race and Incarceration in the United States: Human Rights Watch Press Backgrounder
Race and Place: An African American Community in the Jim Crow South
Sourcebook on Criminal Justice Statistics
The Redwood Highway (Crime, law and related)
Terrorism, Anarchy, and Hate Groups
Terrorism and the Media
The Changing Workforce: Demographic Issues Facing Employers
United States Institute of Peace - Agreements
USA Patriot Act Sunset Report, December 2005
White House Staff List – By Salaries


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Presidential Libraries
JA - Political Science

320 Political science

"The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie--deliberate, contrived,
and dishonest--but the myth--persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic."

- John F. Kennedy Thirty-Fifth President (1961-1963)

American Presidents
Abraham Lincoln
George Bush Presidential Library
Jimmy Carter Library
Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library
Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum
McKinley Memorial Library
Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Foundation
Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum
Harry S. Truman Library & Museum


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International Relations

JZ - International Relations

341 International law

All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy!



I R - 
I R - 
United States Institute of Peace - Agreements
United States Institute of Peace - Truth Commission


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Civil Rights, Law and Justice

K - Law: Federal, State, and Local

340 Law, 323 Civil & political rights

See also J - Political Science for additional web sites
See also PN Speech for additional web sites

...Laws will not eliminate prejudice from the hearts of human beings. 
But that is no reason to allow prejudice to continue to be enshrined
in our laws to perpetuate injustice through inaction.
Congressional Record, Joint Resolution 264, 
91st Congress, 2nd Session [August 10, 1970]

50th Anniversary Commission
Affirmative Action
African American Discrimination
Archives, 1950, U.S. Supreme Court case that integrated graduate schools Sweatt v. Painter
Association of Trial Lawyers
BCALA Brown v Board of Education
  Brown vs the Board of Education
  Brown vs Board of Education Foundation
  Brown vs Board of Education, National Historic Site
  Constitutional Conflicts – Separate But Equal
  Foster, Autherine, Juanita Lucy (1929-)
  Little Rock Central High School
  Progressive Education From The Dan Smoot Report - October 22, 1962
  Brown vs Board of Education - Digital Archive
  United States Commission on Civil Rights
Cause for Concern: Hate Crimes in America
Clinton Sounds Call to Stop Church Burnings 
Coretta King
  Remembering Coretta (PDF format)
EEOC Laws and Regulations
Everybody's Legal Dictionary
Famous Trials
  John Brown
  Sheriff Joseph F. Shipp, tried in the U. S. Supreme Court in 1907 (the only criminal trial in Supreme Court history) for his role in the lynching of Ed Johnson.
  The Sweet Trials, 1925 & 1926. The all-white Detroit jury that acquitted Henry Sweet.
  "The Scottsboro Boys" Trials . 1931 - 1937
  U. S. vs Cecil Price et al. ("Mississippi Burning" Trial) 1967
  Los Angeles Police Officers' (Rodney King Beating) Trials, 1992 & 1993
  The O. J. Simpson Trial, 1995
  Trial of Zacarias Moussaoui 2006
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Reopens Probe into 1963 Church Bombing
Human Rights in the United States
Intellectual Property – U.S. Department of Justice
Law Articles related to Blacks 
Lawfulness of Interrogation Techniques Under the Geneva Conventions
Martin Luther King Assassination
Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project 
"I Have a Dream" (PDF format)
Letter from the Birmingham Jail (PDF format)
Acceptance Speech at Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony (PDF format)
"Beyond Vietnam" (PDF format)
"Eulogy for the Martyred Children"
"Give Us the Ballot," Address at the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom
"I've Been to the Mountaintop" (PDF format)
MIA Mass Meeting at Holt Street Baptist Church
"Our God Is Marching On!"
Speech at the Great March on Detroit
"The Birth of a New Nation," Sermon at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
"Where Do We Go From Here?"
Loving Your Enemies
The Drum Major Instinct
Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution
Other Sermons by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service - in partnership with The King Center
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site - National Park Service
Martin Luther King, Jr. (speech on war with pictures)
NAACP Legal Defense Fund
National Association of Secretaries of State
National Center of State Courts: Public Access to Court Records
National Lawyer Guild
Oyez Directory: Civil Rights
Rebuilding Burned Churches - Black Church Fires Resource Guide 
Response to Hate-Group Violence 
Rodney King and the Los Angeles Riots
Rosa Parks
  Rosa Parks Memorial at Metropolitan AME Church, Washington, D.C.
Rosa Parks Montgomery Funeral Program, October 30, 2005 (PDF file)
Rosa Parks (1913-2005)
  Rosa Parks Portal
Rosa Parks Organization
Schools and Prisons: 50 Years after Brown Vs Board of Education
Southern Poverty Law Center
Supreme Court Collection - Calendar of Oral Arguments
Teaching Brown v Board of Education
National Education Association
History of Education Quarterly
National Archives & Records Administration
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
Timeline Brown v Board of Education
Understanding Prejudice
United States v. David Damron
Webliographies on Brown v Board of Education
Howard University School of Law Web sites
Purdue University
Smithsonian Institution
University of illinois Children's Material
U.S. Supreme Court Brown v Board of Education The Case
World Racism (World News Network)

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