From the Library of Congress American Memory site. Primary documents in African American history and culture. Includes pamphlets from authors such as Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and Ida B. Wells.
From the Library of Congress American Memory site. Unique collection of rare books, government documents, manuscripts, maps, musical scores, plays, photos, films, and recordings documenting the African American experience.
The single largest archival collection of its kind in the world. The goal is to complete 5,000 interviews of both well-known and unsung African American HistoryMakers. The objective is to include the stories of individual African Americans along with those of African American organizations, events, movements and periods of time that are significant to the African American community. The HistoryMakers is the next methodic and wide-scale collection effort since the WPA Slave Narratives Project.
This searchable guide to over 600 websites is also browsable by 30 subject categories; it is from the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is managed by the center's library, part of the UNC library system.
Established by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1915, ASALH founded Black History Month. Our mission is to promote, research, preserve, interpret and disseminate information about Black life, history and culture to the global community.
The leading organization of Black Studies professionals in the world. Our members are at the forefront of driving the development of Black/Africana Studies as a respected academic discipline. Our commitment to putting theory into practice, however, has also led us to the front lines of community issues throughout the African Diaspora. Our guiding philosophy is that education should engender both academic excellence and social responsibility.