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A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR)
WWW - World Wide Web (Ready Reference)

A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR) Search Options:

Library of Congress (LC) -
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Dewey Decimal (DD) -
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Subject Search: African American History Month - February, African American Organizations, Agriculture, Arts, Brown versus Board of Education, Biography, Careers, Celebrations, Census, Change Habit, Citation Style Manuals, Civil Rights, Collections, Communities,   Cultures, Currency, Disabilities, Education, E-BooksEngineering, Family, Financial Aid, Florida Podcasts, Folklore, Genealogy, Geography, Handouts, Health, History, International Relations, Jobs, Journalism, Latino, Law, Library of Congress and Smithsonian Web Sites, Library ScienceLiterature, Lynching, Maps, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mathematics, Media, Medical, Museums, Military, Music, Native American History, Native American Speeches, Naval Science, Negro National Anthem, Speech Podcasts, Political Science, Postal Service, Presidential Libraries,   Quiz, Ready Reference, Recreation, Religion, Science, Scholarships, Search Engines, Social Science, Source Info, Special Education, Speeches, Sports, Technology, Translation, Trials, Types of Websites, Underground Railroad, Weather, Women, Workshop Goals, Youtube
Countries: AfricaCanadaCaribbeanCentral AmericaGreat Britian, South America, United States
African American Timeline: 1600 1700 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000
List of African American Firsts - 1761 - Present:
List of African American Firsts
United States Jim Crow Laws 1876 - 1965:
Jim Crow Laws 1876-1965

Dissolving Boundaries:
A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources

A Brief Introduction ot the Types of Web Sites

"Hatred and bitterness can never cure the disease of fear, only Love can do that.
Hatred paralyzes life, Love releases it.
Hatred confuses life, Love harmonizes it.
Hatred darkens lif, Love illuminates it."
- Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.

Advocacy Site The Black Women's Agenda, Inc.
Art Site Composers of African Descent
Auto Biographical Site Articles, Biographies
Business/Marketing Site U.S.Department of  Commerce,
Minority Business Development Agency
Citation Guides Site APA Style Manual
How do I cite electronic sources using the APA style?
How do I cite electronic sources using the MLA style?
MLA Formatting and Style Guide
Consumer Information Sites Best Places to Live in America
Better Business Bureau
Current Sites Black Voices Current Newspapers
AL-DC, FL-KY, LA-NC, OH-WS,
Educational Sites Project Gutenberg, Books Online
Movies, Race & Ethnicity: African Americans
Caribbean Studies, Black and Asian History (CASBAH)
The Math Forum
E-books by and about African Americans
K-12 Resources for Music Educators
Governmental Sites Information Gateway: Latin America/Caribbean
Medicare
Federal Trade Commission -Your National Resource for ID Theft
Historical Sites First Nations Histories
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
News Site Latino USA
Organizational Sites Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)
Primary Site NativeWeb
Secondary Site The Encyclopedia of Britannica Guide to Black History
Weather Sites National Weather Service
Weather Channel
Weather Underground
Weights and Measure Sites Local Times Around the World
Universal Currency Converter
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Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.
- Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.

Electronic Books(E-Books)
Quick, Easy and Free

Banned Books Online
E-books by and about Americans
Posted E-Books - Project Gutenberg
Top 100 E-Books – Project Gutenberg
Making of America (MoA) (University of Michigan and Cornell University)
The Online Books Page
Wright American Fiction 1851-1875 (Indiana University)

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"From Promise to Prominence: Becoming More Inclusive and Diverse" - University of Central Florida, Orlando, home of Miss America 2004, Ericka Dunlap


By the end of the workshop session participants will know how:
* To locate accurate, timely and useful African American and Diversity information available on the Internet.
* To use reliable African American and Diversity Internet sites useful for indepth and ready reference research.
* To understand the limitations of using the Internet for African American and Diversity research.

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"Let Love Rule The World. And Peace Will Follow."



* Welcome and Introduction
* Overview of Objectives
* What's on the Web?
* African American and Diversity Internet Sites
* Hand-On Exercise
* Review of Exercise
* Summary of Objective
* Course Evaluation

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"Freedom to be your best means nothing unless you're willing to do your best."
- Colin Powell

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the following PDF formated documents.
A Roadmap (pdf)
ARAADR Activity Sheet (pdf)
ARAADR Bookmark (pdf)
ARAADR Exercise (pdf)
African American Collections in Libraries and Repositories (pdf)
Black History Month Bookmark (pdf)
Mims Florida - Harry Tyson Moore & Harriette Vyda Simms Moore (pdf)
College Success Advice (pdf)
Dutchess (pdf)
Evaluating Web Sites (pdf)
Embracing African American Culture - Bookmark (pdf)
Florida African American Heritage Preservation Network (FAAHPN pdf)
Government Internet Sites
Gutenberg Books
Internet Glossary
Is it a Popular Magazine or a Scholarly Journal? (pdf)
Leadership Profile:Frederick Douglas (pdf)
The Library of Congress Classification System (pdf)
Powerpoint Presentation
Sample Bibliographic Citations in APA (pdf)
Sample Bibliographic Citations in MLA (pdf)
Student Development Instruction - Scholarly Research (pdf)
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Citation Style Manuals

Chicago Style
Turabian Style
Bibliography Works Cited
(in APA, Chicago, MLA styles)

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Dictionary
Male African Names

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Search Engines

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

Africa/African American web sites
AltaVista (search by Yahoo)
Ask
College and University Home Pages - Alphabetical Listing
Dogpile 
Excite
Google
Google Product Search (shopping)
Google Image Search
Google News
Google Scholar
Google Toolbar
HotBot
Info
InfoSeek
ixquick
LookSmart
Lycos
Mamma
NorthernLight
PubMed (Health Related)
Red Light Green
Scout Project
Search Engines 2
SearchIt.com
SearchIt - Internet Research Tools
WPA Film Library
Web Crawler
Yahoo 
Zip Code Lookup
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"It is not what you call me,but what I answer to"
- Old African Proverb.

Africana.com 
African American Shopping Mall
AllAfrican.com 
BET.com
BlackAmericaWeb.com
Black Collegians 
Black Enterprise
Black Facts Online
Black Girl International
BlackNews.com 
BlackPlanet.com
BlackSingles.com
BlackVoices.com
Black Web Portal
BlackWorld.com
Celebrating Black History on the Web
City Alert
DallasBlack
DefJam
Ebony
Essence
EurWeb.com
Gospel City
HBCU Mega Site
Hip-Hop Site 
Jet Online
NAACP
Oprah.com 
Sean John
The Source
Tom Joiner Morning Show
Vibe.com 
BACK HOME Postal Services

Frederick Douglass did not know the date of his birth so he chose February 14th because his mom called him her valentine.

United States Postal Services
USPS Domestic Calculator
USPS International Calculator
UPS
Zip Codes - United States
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"Together We Are Strong"


National Society of Black Engineers
BACK HOME Collections Web Sites

See also AM - Museums for additional web sites
See also Library of Congress & Smithsonian web sites

The Carnegie-endowed “ Western Colored Branch Library,” which opened in 1908, was the first library in the nation to extend privileges to the African American community.

African American Archives
Amistad Research Center, New Orleans
Black Cultural Center Library, Purdue University
Bunche - Center for African American Studies, University of California
Fisk University Franklin Library, Nashville, TN
John Henrik Clarke Africana Library, Cornell University
Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center, Corona, New York
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies, Northwestern University
Moorland Spingarn Research Center, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Multicultural Affairs, Institute of Black Culture, University of Florida
North Carolina Central University, William Tucker Collection, Durham, NC
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library
Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University
Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection (Cornell University)
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
The Detroit Public Library, E. Azalia Hackley Collection
The King Center for Social Change Library-Archives, Atlanta
The Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of African American History and Literature
William R. and Norma B. Harvey Library, Hampton Institute, Virginia
Wintertons Collection of East African Photography from 1860-1964
Western State Black Research & Educational Center, Los Angeles
BACK HOME   American Library Association

See also Z - Library Science for additional web sites

Teachers and librarians must sometimes struggle against seemingly insurmountable odds.

Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA)
Coretta Scott King Award of the American Library Association
Herman Totter ALA
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The Founder of African American History Month - February

Black History Month
The Official Themes from the Association for the Study of African American Life & History
The Negro National Anthem - Words
The Negro National Anthem - Kim Weston

African American Celebrations
Black Celebrations
Juneteenth Celebration
Kwanzaa Celebration

COLORS
Red for the blood our people shed;
Black for the face of our people;
Green for the hope and the color of the motherland.

Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) established Black History in 1926
Origins of Black History Month
Library of Congress Carter G. Woodson Collection of Negro Papers
BACK HOME Library of Congress and Smithsonian Web Sites

See also C - Sciences of History for additional web sites

"The time is always right to do what is right"
- Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.

Note: LC refers to the Library of Congress
Note: SI refers to the Smithsonian Institution

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 - American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
LC - American Memory - African American Odyssey
LC - American Memory - Maps
LC - American Memory - Multiple Collection Search
LC - American Memory - Voices from the Days of Slavery
LC - Archival Internet Resources
LC - Archival Preservation
LC - Edward C. Curtis's "The North American Indian" (Photographic Images)
LC - Search the Library catalog, includes gateway to other institutions.
LC - Locating collections found during a RLG NUCMC search
LC - National Archives and Records Administration
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
SI - African American Resources
SI - Encyclopedia: African American History and Culture
SI - George Catlin's Artwork
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" If the sun sees clouds does it run and hide?
NO! it shines through regardless of what's in it's way, so whenever you feel like you can't shine, just make like the sun and shine through YOUR clouds, no matter what!" - Author unknown from England

Sierra Leone - Agriculture
African American Art Industry
Amazing Grace
Brown VS Board Of Education
James Langston Hughes biography
Gordon Parks & David Finn - Air date: 06-09-03
Remembering Great Black Men
EMPLOYMENT and EDUCATION
CREATING AN EMPLOYMENT BASE
Dinah Washington from: golden2golden.net
Sacred Steel Guitar Video
Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968)
The Gospel of YouTube according to y2karl
Rare 1920's African American Collection
BACK HOME Historical Exhibits

"...the time will come when hope will compliment itself. I`m in faith." - Charles Tyson

A. Philip Randolph
Back To Africa Movement
Good News Gospel Music
Quilts and Dolls
Remembering Rosewood Traveling Exhibit
Still Going On - The Life and Times of William Grant Still
Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
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All Cultures Links

Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man`s character, give him power. - Anonymous

About the Natives Book Center (Indians)
The House Representatives Directory
The United States Senate
First Monday Index: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet
Primary Documents in American History
The Discovery Channel
The History Channel
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"Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced."
- James Baldwin

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