A virtual Black history museum, created by a partnership of residents, community organizations, and Syracuse University faculty and staff. Includes the documentary, "Syracuse's 15th Ward and Beyond."
A comprehensive resource covering "six centuries of African American history," BlackPast links to over 100 speeches from 1789 to 2004, primary source documents, timelines and an online encyclopedia of over 1,000 entries about African American people, places and events.
Collection of engravings and photographs from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library.
Collection of 396 pamphlets which were published from 1822 through 1909. Topics include slavery, African colonization, Emancipation, and Reconstruction.
Includes timeline of African American history from 1400's to present, articles from Encyclopedia Britannica, and links to NPR and PBS programs.
Resource guide from the Library of Congress. Categorized by colonization, abolition, migration and WPA.
Resource offering sixty biographies of African-Americans, timeline from 1600-2000, and summaries of selected African-American literature.
Richly illustrated site arranged by eras in Black history; biographical articles accompanied by audio and video clips.