L - Education

370 Education  

It is impossible to raise and educate a race in the mass. 
All revolution stand improvements must start with individuals.
Sermon, Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church
Washington, D.C.
[February 14, 1892]

Accepted College Entrance Exam (ACT)
American Library Association - ACRL - May 2004 issue - Assessing Student Learning
  American Library Association - Student Learning, May 2005 Issue 
  Assessment of Student Learning - NCCU 
NC State University - Higher Education Outcomes Assessments
  Reporting Civil Rights 
  Teaching Tolerance 
  We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident 
Black Americans/African Americans: Education
Black Eden
Black History Month - Features Lesson Plans and Student Exercises
Black History Month Quizzes and Activities
  Black History: Past and Present
  Black History Treasure Hunt 102 for 5th and 6th graders
  Black History Treasure Hunt 103 for 7th and 8th grade
  Black History Treasure Hunt 104 for 9th grade
  Black Voices Photo Quiz
College Degrees
Discovery School
Educational Testing Service (SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL)
Free African Americans of North Carolina and Virginia
Historically Black Colleges
Langston Hughes
Marc Sheehan's Lesson Plans
National Alliance of Black Educators
New York Times Learning Network
PBS Teacher Source - African-Americans
Search All Colleges
Society of Black Graduates - University of Iowa
Teachers Helping Teachers
The African American Journey
The History Net
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
The Web Concordances and Workbooks
University of Mississippi - Gospel Choir Links

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Financial Aid Scholarships
LB - Student Financial Aid - Scholarships

378 Higher Education

See Also HD - Occupations for additional web sites

"A child cannot be taught by anyone who despises him,
and a child cannot afford to be fooled."
James Baldwin

Types of Scholarships
AAA Travel Challenge
Accounting Scholarships
Actuarial Scholarships for Minority Students
AFS Community High Scholarships
All Student Loans
Ambassadorial Scholarships
American Dream Scholarship
American Federation of Teachers (AFT) teacher’s salaries by state
American Geological Institute Minority Geoscience Scholarships
American Psychological Association (APA) Scholarships and Fellowships
Anthem Essay Contest
Art - Film - Writing Scholarships/Competitions List
Arts Scholarship - Golden Key
Ashley Marie Easterbrook Internet Scholarship
Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships
Baptist Scholarships

BAEO- Black Alliance for Education Options

Boeing scholarships (some HBCU connects)
Bristol-Myers Squibb Minority Fellowships in Academic Medicine
College Board Scholarship Search
College Fund/UNCF
College Net's Scholarship Database
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange
Courageous Persuaders Scholarship
Davidson Scholarships
Development Fund for Black Students in Science Scholarship

Discover Financial Services Scholarship Program

Diversity in Higher Education
Diversity Resources Early Childhood English and Spanish
DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition
Easley National Scholarship Program
Eco-Hero Award
Educaid Gimme Five Sweepstakes
Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education
FAFSA On The Web (Your Key Aid Form & Info)
Fast WEB Scholarship Search
Federal Scholarships & Aid Gateways
FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid (scholarships)
Fountainhead Essay Contest
Gateway to 10 Free Scholarship Searhes
GM Minority Dealers Association Scholarship
Graduate Fellowships For Minorities Nationwide
Guaranteed Scholarships
Heart of America Christopher Reeve Award
Historically Black Colleges and University
Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships
Hope Scholarships & Lifetime Credits
Human Kinetics - Education
INROADS Internship Program
Intel Science Talent Search
Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship (for AA students in South Florida)
Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships
Japan Youth Scholarship
JFK Profile in Courage Essay
Knight Essay Contest
Linda Riddle/Women's Sports Foundation Int'l Scholarships
Marine Corps Scholarships
Maryland Artists Scholarships
McNair Scholars Program
MEA Scholarship
Methodist Scholarships
Minority Health Program
Minority Scholarships
Minority Scholarships (doctoral students in accounting)
Multicultural Pavilion
Multicultural Financial Aid Resources to assist students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
    American Indian College Fund
    American Indian Higher Education Consortium
    American Institute for Managing Diversity
    Black Collegian
    Black Excel: The College Help Network
    Department of Education/Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs
    Gates Millennium Scholars Fund
    Hillel: Jewish Campus Life
    Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
    Hispanic Scholarship Fund
    Historically Black Colleges and Universities
    Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
    Quality Education for Minorities
    Tribal Colleges, Native Studies Programs, and Indian Education
    United Negro College Fund
My Turn Essay
Nana Fund Scholarship
National Association of Black Journalists Scholarships (NABJ)
National Association of Multicultural Education (NAME)
National Co-Op Scholarship Program
National Education Association (NEA) (PDF Format)
National Scholarships at all levels
NEA - Education Funding - All fifty states
NEA - Statistics on Fifty States (PDF Format)
Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize
Paul Petzold Legacy Scholarship
Presidential Freedom Scholarships
Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford
Ron Brown Scholar Program (major Scholarships)
Rotary Youth Exchanges
SAE Engineering Scholarships
Sam Walton Community Scholarship (Access code: SWCS)
Scholar-Chessplayer Outstanding Achievement Award
25 Scholarship Gateways from Black Excel
Scholarship and Financial Aid Help
Scholarship Links (Ed Finance Group)
Scholarship Search - From FreSch!
Scholarships On The Net (1,500)
Scholastic Art and Writing Award
School Band and Orchestra Mag. Scholarship
ScienceNet Scholarship Listing
Sports Scholarships and Internships
STATE FARM INSURANCE Achievement Scholarships
STATE FARM INSURANCE Hispanic Scholarships
Stuart Phillips Memorial Scholarship
Student Inventors Scholarships
Student Video Scholarships
Target Scholarships
Teaching for Change
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
The Hispanic College Fund
Truman Picard Scholarship
Tylenol Scholarships
Union Sponsored Scholarships and Aid
United Negro College Fund Merck Science Initiative
United States Institute of Peace National Peace Essay Contest
Voice of Democracy Essay
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students
Wired Scholar Free Scholarship Search
Youth for Understanding Exchange Scholarships

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Social Aspects and Special Education

LC - Social Aspects and Special Education

371 School Management, Special Education

"There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle."

Albert Einstein


AED- Disabilities Studies and Services Center

American Council of the Blind (ACB)
American Foundation for the Blind
Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired
Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)
Best Buddies International
Blind Resource Center New York and Blind Resource Center New York
Child Rights Information Network
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE)
Council for Exceptional Children
Council for Exceptional Children: Information Center on Disabilities and Gifted Children
Department of Education/Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs
ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career and Vocational Education
Federation for Children with Special Needs
Florida Monitor: Exceptional Student Education
Gifted and Talented Resources
HEATH Resource Center: Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities
Internet Resources for Special Children (IRSC)
LD Online
Learning Disabilities and Giftedness
National Association for Child Development
National Association for Gifted Children
National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (NADDA)
National Center for Early Development and Learning
National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc.
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development
North Rockland Special Education Parent Teacher Association (SEPTA)
Special Education LinksMany resources. Marc Sheehan's Special Education Page. A long list of links, some contain job postings.
Syndromes Links – Index - Project Happy Child
The American Association of University Affiliated Programs for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (AAUAP)
The Council for Exceptional Children
The National Parent Network on Disabilities (NPND)
United Nations voluntary Fund on Disability: Projects Support
Webgrammar’s Education site

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Student Fraternities and Sororities

LJ - Student Fraternities and Sororities

367 General clubs

See also HS - Societies, Clubs for additional web sites

"People might not get all they work for in this world, but they must certainly work for all they get"
Frederick Douglass [1701-1895]

AEL Work

African American Organizations

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc - Grand Chapter
DMOZ Open Directory Project
Fraternities - Sororities - Living Groups -- The Universal Black Pages
NAACP Organization

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Music, Arts, and Culture

M - Music

780 Music; 790 Recreational & Performing Arts

"These songs are to Negro culture
what the works of the great poets are to
English culture they are the soul of the race made manifest."
The Culture of the Negro, London Spectator [June 15, 1949]

African American Music
African American Sheet Music
Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music
Africlassical Composers

BookRags – Wíkipediaon Historically Black colleges and universities

Blues and Gospel
Center for Black Music Research (CBMR)Chicago
Center for Southern African American Music (CSAM)
Doug's Evolving History of Jazz TimeLine
Duke Ellington - Celebrating 100 Years of the Man and his Music
Ethnomusicology - Folk Music and World Music
Gospel Music Workshop of America
Greek Step Shows
I Hear America Singing - Harlem Renaissance
Jazz - PBS
Jazz Roots
Jerry Jaz Musician
Juneteenth Celebration
Lewis Armstrong - A Cultural Legacy
Marion Anderson - A Life in Song
Negro National Anthem “Life Every Voice and Sing”
Our Shared History - Celebrating African American History and Culture
Recordings from Race Records (Studs Terkel)
Simmon's College Rap Music Bibliography compiled by Librarian John Ranck
SOHH Hip-Hop 
The Blues Highway
The Gospel Quartets
The Nathaniel C. Standifer Video Archive of Oral History: Black American Musicians (University of Michigan)

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Fine Arts  
  N - Fine Arts

700 The Arts

Black art has always existed. It just hasn't been looked for in the right places.
Interview, Encore
[October, 1972]

African American Artists
African-American Quilting - Historical
African American Studies Films & Videos
African-Americans in Film and Television - A Short Bibliography of Materials in the UC
African-Americans in Motion Pictures
African-Americans in the Visual Arts compiled at Long Island University
African-Americans in the Visual Arts - A Historical Perspective
African Films & Videos
Art Images for College Teachers - AICT
Art Images of American Political History:
Toleration, Abolition, Suffrage, and Civil Rights
Slavery Just the Arti-facts
Black History Month Just the Arti-facts
Gospel Just the Arti-facts
Artnoir Showcase
Black Barber Shops (Styles)
Black Film Center/Archive
Black Flix (African American Movie Celebrity)
Coming up Taller - Humanities - Laura Bush
Cultural Diversity Resources - Arts
Free to Dance
Gondwana African Arts
Henry O. Tanner - Artist
J.B. Gallery: Christ Centered African-American Art
Library of Congress Exhibitions
Mahogany Cafe (Under appreciated black actresses in Hollywood) 
National Museum of African Art
Organizers of Black Designers
Oscar Michaeux Biography - movies
Raphsodies in Black - Art of the Harlem Renaissance
Teach with Movies
The Movies - Race - Ethnicity: African Americans - Videotapes in the Media Resources
Toward Racial Equality: Harper's Weekly Reports on Black America, 1857-1874 (Art Sketches)
Virginia: Recent Acquistions in African-American History & Literature

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Language and Literature
  P - Language and Literature

800 Literature and rhetoric

See also E-Books By and About African Americans for additional web sites
  Violence of language leads to violence of action. 
Angry men seldom fight if their tongues do not lead the fray.
American Civilization and the Negro
"Dark Pages in the White Man's Civilization" [1916]

A Brief Chronology of African American Literature - Texas - The Department of English at San Antonio College
African American Literature Book Club
African American Literature Links
African American Literature Syllab
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
African American Writers
Ain't I A Woman? - Sojourner Truth 
American Authors on the web
Black Boys and Native Sons
Booker T. Washington - Up From Slavery An Autobiography - electronic text
Booker T. Washington - W.E.B. DuBois - American Writers
Brief Chronology of African American Literature
Carter Godwin Woodson (1875 - 1950)
Chapter 9: Harlem Renaissance 1919 - 1937
Claude McKay - Modern American Poetry
Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln
Creative Quotations
Dr. Cater G. Woodson: Great African Stateman 
Encyclopedia of Television
February is Black Month - Yaw Boateng 
Great books online-Bartleby
Harriet Beecher Stowe - Uncle Tom’s Cabin - electronic text
Harriet Wilson, Our Nig, electronic text
Harris, Joel Chandler, Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings, electronic text
I Am Zora
I Have a Dream - Martin Luther King, Jr.
Interview with Alex Haley - Malcolm X (PDF Format)
Issues in Depth - Black History Month 
Lady Freedom Among Us - Rita Dove 
Learn spanish
Letter from a Birmingham Jail - Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Literary Listservs (18th - 20th Centuries)
NICHD - Teaching children to read
On the Pulse of the Morning - Maya Angelou 
Outline of American Literature: Harriet Jacobs (1818-1896)
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature A Research and Reference Guide - Harlem Renaissance 1919-1937
President Bill Clinton - Speech on Race Relations 
Poets of the Harlem Renaissance and After
Requirements for Linguists in Government Agencies (PDF Format)
Robert Hayden – Modern American Poetry
Sojourner Truth, Narrative of SoJourner Truth, electronic text
Sterling A. Brown – Modern American Poetry
Swahili Dictionary
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
The Black Renaissance in Washington DC
The Idea of Ancestry - Etheridge Knight 
The Negro Speaks Of Rivers - Langston Hughes 
The Portsmouth - New Hampshire Black Elders 
The Tragedy of White Injustice - Marcus Garvey 
The White Man's Burden
Toni Morrison Page
Translation Dictionary (TravLang)
Viewing Race
W.E.B. DuBois, The Souls of Black Folks, electronic text
Zora Neal Hurston, Mules and Men, electronic text

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Literature, Journalism

PN - Literature, Journalism

800 Literature & rhetoric

Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others.
Rosa Parks


A Celebration of Women Writers (See also P - Language and Literature)

A Celebration of Women Writers: Asian American Writers
A Celebration of Women Writers: African American Writers
A Celebration of Women Writers: Latina Writers
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century - Schomburg Center
Black Writers Resources
Dictionary of the History of Ideas
Journalism Tips, Poynter Institute Professor David Washburn
LJ - Introduction 
Public Relations Society of America
Talkers Radio - talk radio
Voices from the Gaps: Women Writers of Color

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PN - Speech

815 Speech

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

Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.
Maya Angelou, writer, poet

African American Speeches
  1789 - 1797
    (1789) An Unknown Free Black Author Describes Slavery In 1789
    (1792) Prince Hall, “A Charge Delivered to the Brethren of the African Lodge”
    (1797) Abraham Johnstone, “Address To The People Of Color”
    (1797) Prince Hall Speaks To The African Lodge, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  1808 - 1858

(1808) Rev. Peter Williams, “An Oration On The Abolition Of The Slave Trade”

(1809) William Hamilton, “Mutual Interest, Mutual Benefit and Mutual Relief”

(1817) J. Forten & Russel Perrott, "An Address To The Humane And Benevolent Inhabitants Of The City And County Of Philad"

(1826) John B. Russwurm, “The Condition and Prospects of Haiti”

(1827) Rev. Nathaniel Paul Hails The End Of Slavery In New York

(1828) David Walker, "The Necessity of A General Union Among Us"

(1830) Rev. Peter Williams, Jr. "Slavery and Colonization"

(1832) Maria W. Stewart Advocates Education for African American Women

(1832) Maria W. Stewart, "Why Sit Ye Here and Die?"

(1834) William Whipper, "The Slavery of Intemperance"

(1836) James Forten, Jr. "Put on the Armour of Righteousness"

(1837) Theodore S. Wright, "Prejudice Against the Colored Man"

(1837) William Whipper, "Non-Resistance to Offensive Aggression"

(1838) James McCune Smith, "The Abolition Of Slavery And The Slave Trade In The French And British Colonies"

(1839) Andrew Harris, "Slavery Presses Down Upon the Free People of Color"

(1839) Daniel A. Payne, "Slavery Brutalizes Man"

(1841) Charles Lenox Remond, "Slavery and the Irish"

(1841)Charles Lenox Remond, "Slavery As It Concerns The British"

(1842) Charles Lenox Remond, “The Rights Of Colored Citizens In Traveling”

(1843) Henry Highland Garnet, An Address To The Slaves Of The United States

(1843) Samuel H. Davis, "We Must Assert Our Rightful Claims and Plead Our Own Cause"

(1844) Charles Lenox Remond, "For the Dissolution of the Union"

(1845) Frederick Douglass, "My Slave Experience in Maryland"

(1846) Lewis Richardson, "I am Free From American Slavery" 1846

(1849) Frederick Douglass, "On Mexico"

(1850) John S. Rock, “Address to the Citizens of New Jersey”

(1850) Lucy Stanton, "A Plea for the Oppressed"

(1850) Rev. Jermain Wesley Loguen, “I Won't Obey the Fugitive Slave Law”

(1850) Samuel Ringgold Ward, "Speech on the Fugitive Slave Bill"

(1851) Sojourner Truth "Ar'nt I a Woman?"

(1852) Frederick Douglass, "What, To The Slave, Is The Fourth Of July"

(1855) William C. Nell, "The Triumph Of Equal School Rights In Boston"

(1856) Sara G. Stanley Addresses The Convention Of Disfranchised Citizens Of Ohio

(1857) Charles Lenox Redmond, "An Anti-Slavery Discourse"

(1857) Frances Ellen Watkins, "Liberty For Slaves"

(1857) Frederick Douglass, "If There Is No Struggle, There Is No Progress"

(1858) John S. Rock, “I Will Sink or Swim with My Race”

(1858) Mary Ann Shadd, "Break Every Yoke and Let The Oppressed Go Free"

  1860 -1879

(1860) H. Ford Douglas, "I Do Not Believe in That Antislavery of Abraham Lincoln"

(1862) William C. Nell Speaks At The Crispus Attucks Commemoration, Boston

(1863) Alexander Crummell, “The Responsibility of the First Fathers of a Country for its Future Life and Character”

(1863) Frederick Douglass, Men of Color, To Arms!

(1863) J. Stanley, "A Tribute To A Fallen Black Soldier"

(1863) Rev. Jonathan C. Gibbs, "Freedom's Joyful Day"

(1863), Alexander Crummell, “Emigration, an Aid to the Evangelization of Africa”

(1864) Arnold Bertonneau, "Every Man Should Stand Equal Before the Law"

(1864) Frederick Douglass On "The Mission Of The War"

(1864) Rev. J. P. Campbell, "Give Us Equal Pay and We Will Go To War"

(1865) Henry Highland Garnet, “Let The Monster Perish”

(1865) James Lynch, "Colored Men Standing in the Way of their Own Race"

(1866) Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, "We Are All Bound Up Together"

(1867) John Stella Martin, A Speech Before the Paris Antislavery Conference

(1867) Rev. E. J. Adams, "These are Revolutionary Times"

(1868) Francis Cardozo Urges The Dissolution Of The Plantation System

(1868) Reverend Henry McNeal Turner, "I Claim the Rights of a Man"

(1869) Frederick Douglass Describes The "Composite Nation"

(1869) John Willis Menard, "Speech Before the United States House of Representatives"

(1870) Henry O. Wagoner, Jr., Celebrates The Ratification Of The 15th Amendment To The United States Constitution

(1871) Jefferson F. Long, "Speech On Disorders In The South"

(1871) Joseph H. Rainey, "Speech Made in Reply to An Attack Upon the Colored State Legislators of South Carolina..."

(1871) Robert C. DeLarge, "Speech on the Enforcement of the Fourteenth Amendment"

(1871) Senator Hiram Revels Calls For The End Of Segregated Schools

(1874) Richard Harvey Cain, "All We Ask Is Equal Laws, Equal Legislation And Equal Rights"

(1875) Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, "The Great Problem to be Solved"

(1875) John R. Lynch, "Speech on the Civil Rights Bill"

(1876) Senator Blanche K. Bruce, "...Appointing a Committee to Investigate Election Practices in Mississippi"

(1877) Alexander Crummell, “Address Before the American Geographical Society”

(1877) John E. Bruce, "Reasons Why the Colored American Should Go to Africa"

(1877) Peter H. Clark, "Socialism: The Remedy for the Evils of Society"

(1879) Robert J. Harlan, "Migration is the Only Remedy for Our Wrongs"


(1879) Ferdinand L. Barnett, "Race Unity"

(1884) William H. Crogman, “Negro Education: Its Helps and Hindrances”

(1884), Alexander Crummell, “Excellence, an End of the Trained Intellect”

(1886) Alexander Crummell, “Common Sense in Common Schooling”

(1886) Lucy Parsons, "I am An Anarchist"

(1886) T. Thomas Fortune, "The Present Relations of Labor and Capitol"

(1888) Frederick Douglass On Woman Suffrage

(1889) John E. Bruce, "Organized Resistance Is Our Best Remedy"

(1890) Joseph C. Price, "Education and the Problem"

(1890) T. Thomas Fortune, "It Is Time To Call A Halt"

(1893) Anna Julia Cooper, “Women's Cause Is One And Universal”

(1893) Ida B. Wells, "Lynch Law In All Its Phases"

(1894) William Saunders Scarborough, “The Ethics of the Hawaiian Question”

(1895) Booker T. Washington, The Atlanta Compromise Speech

(1895) Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin, "Address to the First National Conference of Colored Women"

(1896) John Hope, “We Are Struggling For Equality”

(1897) Mary Church Terrell, "In Union There is Strength"

(1898) Alexander Crummell, "The Attitude of the American Mind Toward the Negro Intellect"

(1898) Margaret Murray Washington, "We Must Have a Cleaner Social Morality"

(1898) Rev. Charles S. Morris Describes The Wilmington Massacre of 1898

(1898) Reverend Francis J. Grimke, "The Negro Will Never Acquiesce As Long As He Lives"

(1899) Lucy Craft Laney, "The Burden of the Educated Colored Woman"

(1899) Reverend D. A. Graham, "Some Facts About Southern Lynchings"

(1900) W.E.B. Du Bois, "To the Nations of the World"


(1901) George H. White's Farewell Address To Congress

(1903) Capt. Charles Young Speaks At Stanford University

(1905) Roscoe Conkling Bruce, "Freedom Through Education"

(1916) Robert R. Moton, "A Life of Achievement"

(1918) Rev. Francis J. Grimke, "Victory for the Allies and the United States a Ground of Rejoicing, of Thanksgiving"

(1919) William Pickens, "The Kind of Democracy the Negro Expects"

(1920) Archibald Grimke, “The Shame of America, or the Negro’s Case Against the Republic”

(1922) Marcus Garvey, "The Principles of The Universal Negro Improvement Association"

(1922) Wyatt Mordecai Johnson, "The Faith of the American Negro"

(1923) Bishop Randall Albert Carter, "Whence and Whither"

(1923) James Weldon Johnson, "Our Democracy and the Ballot"

(1947) Moranda Smith Addresses The Congress Of Industrial Organizations Annual Convention, Boston

(1949) Ralph J. Bunche, “The Barriers of Race Can be Surmounted”




(1963) Martin Luther King Jr., “I Have a Dream”

(1964) Fannie Lee Chaney, “Meridian Awakened”

(1964) Malcolm X’s Speech at the Founding Rally of the Organization of Afro-American Unity

(1965) Bayard Rustin, “From Protest to Politics: The Future of the Civil Rights Movement”

(1965) Malcolm X Exhorts Afro-Americans to Confront White Oppression,

(1966) Stokely Carmichael, “Definitions of Black Power”

(1967) Martin Luther King, Jr., “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence”

(1968) Martin Luther King, Jr., “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop”

(1974) Barbara Jordan's Statement: The Richard Nixon Impeachment Hearings

(1984) Jesse Jackson And The Rainbow Coalition

(1994) General Colin Powell Urges African American Students to Reject Racial Hatred


Highly requested speeches 1895-2004


(2004) Barack Obama Keynote Address At The Democratic National Convention, Boston

(2004) Bill Cosby, “The Pound Cake Speech”

  African National Congress Speeches
  Alan Keyes (1999- present)
  Barack Obama: 2004 Democratic National Convention Keynote Address
  Barbara Jordan
  Barbara Jordan: Statement on the Articles of Impeachment
  Barbara Jordan: 1992 Democratic National Convention Keynote Address
  Bill Cosby: "Pound Cake Speech" (NAACP)
  Booker T. Washington 1895 Speech in Atlanta
  Booker T. Washington "Democracy and Education"
  Frederick Douglass: "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery" (Script)

Learn Out All I Have Is A Seed On My Side by: T.D. Jakes

  Martin Luther King: Beyond Vietnam -- A Time to Break Silence
  Martin Luther King, Jr: "I've Been to the Mountaintop"
  Martin Luther King, Jr., The Definition of Greatness! Is to Serve
  Martin Luther King, Jr.: "I Have a Dream"
  Nelson Mandella: "I Am Prepared to Die" (Script)

Reverend Al Sharpton: 2004 Democratic National Convention Address

Honored African Americans on Podcasts
  Bo Diddley , Rock N’ Roll: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Crispus Attucks: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Don Gaffney, Univ of Florida’s first black quarterback: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Elizabeth Coleman, American stunt pilot: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Fannie Lou Hamer, Civil Rights Activist: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Jesse Aaron, folk Artist: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Josiah T. Walls, served in the U.S. House: Play Now Currently Unavailable
  Zora Neale Hurston: Play Now Currently Unavailable
Native American Speeches See also E-Native American History for additional web sites
  Chief Buckongahelas: Address to Christian Native Americans at Gnadenhutten
  Chief Canasatego: On Colonizing Educatio
  Chief Logan: "Logan's Lament"
  Chief Powhatan: Address to Captain John Smith
  Chief Pushmataha: Response to Chief Tecumseh on War Against the Americans
  Chief Red Eagle: Address to General Andrew Jackson
  Chief Red Jacket: Address to White Missionaries and Iroquois Six Nation
  Chief Tecumseh: Address to General William Henry Harrison


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Q - Science

500 Natural sciences; 510 Mathematics; 540 Chemistry & allied sciences

  In science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world,
to the man to whom the idea first occurs.
The Conquest of Tuberculosis Gollanz 53

An Atlas of Cyberspaces
Ask Dr. Math
Complete Sun and Moon Date for One Day

Educational Materials Information Websites

Educational World- Mega-Mathematics

Historical Hurricane Tracks
IISD (Environment and Policy Makers)
Index of Women Scientists Profiled in the Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences
International Code Council
Michael’s Zoology Information Site
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – Coastal Service
Natural Resource, Agriculture, and Engineering Service (NRAES)
Protocol (Biotechnology)
Racial Disparities in the War on Drugs

SACNAS- Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

Science Reference Guides
Scientific American: Feature Article: The Puzzle of Hypertension in African-Americans
Storm Stock
Stormstock – Storm footage library
The Scientist
Web Math
Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network


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QA - Mathematics

510 Mathematics

See also Q - Science for additional web sites

"I'm sorry to say that the subject I most disliked was mathematics.
I have thought about it. I think the reason was that mathematics
leaves no room for argument. If you made a mistake, that was all
there was to it." -- Malcolm X

Challenging Problems
Online Mathematical Worksheets - allows students to set up problems, practice and get instant feedback.
Listed in order of learning.
  Multiplication Worksheet
  Multiply and add fractions Work the problems on paper then check your answers online.
  Division Worksheet
Geometry Online
Geometry Through Art
Lessons to Motivate Underachieving Math Students
Mathematics Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Complex Variables, Matrix Algebra, Tables
MSU's Connected Math
Practice with Fractions
  More Practice with Fractions

Roman numerals

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R - Medicine

610 Medical sciences & medicine

See also BF- Psychology, Behavior Modification for additional web sites

Hope arouses, as nothing else can arouse, a passion for the possible.
--Rev. William Sloane Coffin
chaplain of Yale University from 1958-1976 and
Senior minister of Riverside Church New York

Hate has no medicine.
Ghana Proverb

African Americans and Cardiovascular Diseases Biostatistical Fact Sheet
African American Skin Care
American Lung Association Fact Sheet: African Americans and Tobacco
Asthma education study for African-Americans
Black or African American Populations (CDCP, Office of Minority Health)

Cancer Facts & Figures for African-American 2007-2008 (PDF)

CDC – Site Index A-Z
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Health
Colorectal Cancer Rates Higher in African Americans (American Cancer Society)
Diversity Resources, Genetics Education Center, University of Kansas
Efficacy – War on Drugs
Healthcare Industry Today
Institute of Medicine

International Aids Society

Internet Drug News

Local Hands
Mini-Grants Address Cultural Competency
National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)
National Cancer Institute
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI)
National Human Genome Research Institute
National Library of Medicine
National Sleep Foundation
Nuclear Medicine Links
Online Medical Dictionary
Prescription Drugs
Recent Trends in Mortality Rates for Four Major Cancers, by Sex and Race-U.S., 1990-1998 (CDCP)
Reuters NewMedia
Scientific American: Feature Article: The Puzzle of Hypertension in African-Americans
The Atlas of Heart Disease and Strokes

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S - Agriculture

630 Agriculture

"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 

Dirt (land) is much more valuable than diamond rings.
Eartha Kitt

African Cotton Initiative and WTO Agriculture Negotiations (PDF Format)
Agricultural Engineering Associates
Agriculture 21
Agriculture and Agri - food Canada
Black Farming and Land Lost
Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) Glossary - English
George Washington Carver
Immigrate Farm workers
Integrated Taxonomic Information
Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) Agricultural Engineering
National Agricultural Library
Old Farmer's Almanac
U.S. Department of Agriculture 

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T - Technology

600 Technology (Applied sciences)

All diplomacy is a continuation of technology by other means.
SaturdayEvening Post 

[ March 27, 1954]

Africa's Science and Indigenous Knowledge Systems
America's High Tech - Invisible Man (PDF Format)
Blacks and Computers
Blacks in Technology: Past and Present
CNN-NAACP-Minority Targets in Internet Use 
Committee for Democracy in Information (CDI) Technology
Community Technology Centers’ (CTC) Network
Conversations with Roy DeCarava (Photographer)
Digital Sisters Technology
Do Computers in the Classroom Boost?
Gentech - Gender and Technology
Photography: The Art and Science
VL History of Science, Technology and Medicine - Alphabetical List of Sites

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TA - Engineering

620 Engineering & allied operations

A lot of people give themselves bad advice.
There are at least two people who would be
multi-millionaires today if they had invested $1,000
I was asking for forty-seven years ago.

John H. Johnson (1919-2005) Johnson Publications


American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Institute of Chemical Engineering 
National Society of Professional Engineers
Online Chemical Engineering Information
The Princeton Review - Engineering Mechanics


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Home Economics

TX - Home Economics

640 Home economics & family living
641 Food & drink

"A boiled egg in the morning is hard to beat." A Lexophile


All Recipes
Equal Opportunity Publications – Diversity Magazines
Handy Household Tips & Tricks
Home Safety Council
How Stuff Works
Nutrition Country Profiles
Southern U.S. Cuisine
The Fun Place Around the House
Weekly Recipes
Welcome to AVS' African-American Cuisine Center

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African Americans in Wars

U - Military Science

355 Military science

  Even the most incorrigible maverick has to be born somewhere.
He may leave the group that produced him -
he may be forced to - but nothing will efface his origins,
the marks of which he carries with him everywhere.

James Baldwin, Nobody Knows My Name [1961]

Abolition, Anti-Slavery Movements and the Rise of the Sectional Controversy
Antiwar News
Buffalo Soldiers (Educational Materials: African American Odyssey)

Buffalo Soldiers: The African-American Contribution to Guarding the Frontier

Cathay Williams - A Female Buffalo Soldier 

Energy Express!

Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. I
Frederick Douglass: African-American Civil War
Hawkins' Division of 6000 Black Troops
Historic Government Publications from WW11
History of Black Military Service
History of African Americans in the Civil War
How we remember the Fighting 54?
Military and the Media
Military Clip Art Library

Selected Bibliography, C.W. @ Charleston

Sergeant Henry Parker 

The Buffalo Soldier Story

The Civil War, African American Participation, Emancipation - Role of US Colored Troops (USCT)
The nation's first African American Marines: Montford Point Marines, North Carolina
Transcribed Newspaper Articles-Franklin County - Virginia: African-Americans in the War
United States Department of Defense
Vietnam War Project, Texas Tech University

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Naval Science

V - Naval Science

359 Sea (Naval) forces & warfare

Wind off the water was like a fist of fresh air, a cleansing blow.

Charles Johnson, Middle Passage [1990]

African-Americans and the U. S. Navy
African-Americans in the Coast Guard: A History
African-Americans in the U.S. Merchant Marine and U.S. Maritime Service 

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Library Science

Z - Library Science
African American Authors and Books

020 Library & information sciences

See also L - Education for additional web sites

I had the knowledge and the power all the
time but I did not know how to use it."
Prince, from Ebony Magazine


African American Books
African American Bookstore
African American History Bookmarks
African American Literature Book Club (AALBC)
African American Organizations
Banned Books
Black Authors & Published Writers Directory
Black Books Galore!
"Brary Blog"
Celebrate Black Love
Copyright and Fair Use – Stanford University
D-Lib Magazine
E-LIS – The changing Role of Librarians
Gateway to Library Catalogs
Grant House Publishers, Arkansas
Hobbes' Internet Timeline v7.0
Homework Center-African-American Sites
How to Read Old Documents
LC- Science Reference Guides
Librarians' Index to the Internet
Libraries in America
Library Recruitment and Diversity
  Cultural Diversity and Minority Recruitment
  Diversity:  Where We Are and Where We Came From
  Junior Library Fellowship
Magazines and Journals online-MagPortal
Martha Southgate
Modern American Poetry Syllabi
Nat Turner’s Revenge
National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and Spanish Speaking
NOW examine...Bill Moyers' NOW Program, PBS
Participating Institutions search
Resources in Digital Preservation/Digital Libraries
Digital librarian
Digital Library Federation
Digital Preservation Coalition
Searching the OCLC Mixed Materials File
Shifting Through Neutral
Tangled Roots: A Project Exploring the Histories of Americans of Irish Heritage and Americans of African Heritage
The Black Expressions (Bookstore)
The Educator’s Reference Desk
The History Makers
The Virtual Chase - Teaching Legal Professionals How To Do Research
Tina McElroy Ansa
UNESCO Archives of the World
Up South International Book Festival
Weblogs, Negrophile
World Library and Information Conference, Cooperative Virtual Libraries, Argentina, 2004 (PDF Format)

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