Historical Text Archive that I love to wander through. If you are looking for information on African American History, this is a good link to many sources of information, and just a good place to randomly pick a link and look.
Afro-Americ@, The Black History Museum. A wonderful, interactive museum, and check out the link for kids, here.
African American Library. A collection of links that provide a wonderful web tour of the African American experience. A bit of science, a bit of history, a bit of real culture, and a good place to spend some time.
African American History through the Arts.
A tour through the Afro American Museum in Boston
Mr. Kenyada's Neighborhood. This is a wonderful site with intelligent discussions on the importance of our closing the digital divide, and remembering and embracing the power of our legacy as a people.
The Afrocentric Experience. An interesting and diverse collection of information that would be of interest to African Americans.
Afrocentric Resource Center. A wonderful virtual environment that addresses all aspects of life. Excellent resource.
Black Network.com A good set of resources to the African American Community.
Black Issues, Book Review. A site that is updated frequently and has many topical articles relating to all aspects of Black life.
African American History, Black History and the Civil Rights Movement. Full of good links to resources.
BlackPlanet. An interactive community of over 2 million people. Great place to meet people online.
Prose, Poetry and other Noize. A wonderful site for writers and readers. Closet writer wanting to be published? They welcome submissions!
The Black World Today. A webzine that has good content about issues that relate to African Americans. I do like this site very much.
Electronic Village - a nice cyber village with something for everyone.
EnSoul Art Gallery and Magazine - They have been online for sometime, delivering beautiful African American art and contemporary articles on the hot topics of the day.
The Official Kwanzaa Web Site - Kwanzaa, African American Celebration of family. This is a beautiful site hosted by the creator of the Kwanzaa celebration, Dr. Maulana Karenga.
The Afrocentric Experience, Kwanzaa. Another informative and well designed site on Kwanzaa.
Net Noir - One of the best web magazines on the net, period.
Afro-Net - Another exciting and hip web magazine.
Black Voices.com - And yet another informative and well done Black environment.
Educate and Uplift - A nice collection of African American sites throughout the web. A wide variety of topics from history to hip hop here.
Africreations Homepage. This site has something for everyone. Crafts, children's activities, Kwanzaa information, news, music, books, shopping...Just about everything you could want, you can find on this site.
Welcome to Nubianet. An online resource for studying Ancient African and world civilizations. Sponsored by the National Endowment of the Humanities.
Free African American Screensavers and Software.
Black Hair Care at the Head Room
Colored Reflections. A beautiful and inspired site exploring the history of "color" in America.
Archives of African American Music and Culture
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