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African American Registry

“The Registry is the most comprehensive on-line storehouse in the world of African American heritage. Our Mission is: Uniting Classrooms through Education, Transforming Communities through Learning.”

ASALH – (Association for the Study of African American Life and History)
“The mission of the Association for the Study of African American Life and
History (ASALH) is to promote, research, preserve, interpret and disseminate
information about Black life, history and culture to the global community.”

An online reference center makes available a wealth of materials on African American history in one central location on the Internet. These materials include an online encyclopedia of nearly 3,000 entries, the complete transcript of nearly 300 speeches by African Americans, other people of African ancestry, and those concerned about race, given between 1789 and 2012, over 140 full text primary documents, bibliographies, timelines and six gateway pages with links to digital archive collections, African and African American museums and research centers, genealogical research websites, and more than 200 other website resources on African American and global African history.”

Breaking the Silence
"This site aims to help teachers and educators to Break the Silence that continues to surround the story of the enslavement of Africa that began over 500 years ago. It is designed to provide teachers with a variety of resources and ideas about how to teach the subject holistically, accurately and truthfully. It aims to represent the voices that are not usually heard. It hopes to highlight the involvement of Africans in their own liberation and to show that the impact of enslavement of the African continent was so far reaching that the legacies remain with us today, perhaps more powerfully than ever. The Transatlantic Slave Trade, also referred to within this site as enslavement, or the African Holocaust, was not just a part of history that can be forgotten. It forcibly changed the fabric of societies worldwide, economically, politically, socially, culturally and spiritually. Its long lasting legacies are directly relevant to people all over the world today."

The Massachusetts Historical Society - Image of the Antislavery
Movement in Massachusetts

“This website, Images of the Antislavery Movement in Massachusetts, presents digital images of 840 visual materials from the collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society that illustrate the role of Massachusetts in the national debate over slavery. Included are photographs, paintings, sculptures, engravings, artifacts, banners, and broadsides that were central to the debate and the formation of the antislavery movement.”

* Digital Schomburg African American Women Writers of the 19th Century  
A digital collection of some 52 published works by 19th-century black women writers.
A part of the Digital Schomburg, this collection provides access to the thought,
perspectives and creative abilities of black women as captured in b
ooks and pamphlets published prior to 1920.”






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