Automatic Redirection - Test a large set of links The African American Literature Book Online is published by AmericanStudies Resources Centre 231 3241 Email firstname.lastname@example.org, The http://www.americansc.org.uk/samuel.htm
Smithsonian Institution Composed of sixteen museums and galleries, the National Zoo, and numerous research facilities in the Category Reference Museums Art Museums American American Indian Museum. Anacostia Museum (African American history and culture). AsianPacific American Program. Center for Education and Museum studies. http://www.si.edu/
Extractions: 4/11/03 in Jester A232A click here to see more... Breakthrough: Students Teaching Students is accepting applications from outstanding high school and college students to teach in Austin or around the country this summer. Recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the Top 10 Internships in the US, Breakthrough provides an exciting opportunity to lead, teach, and learn while making a difference for middle schoolers with high potential but limited opportunities. Interested candidates can apply on line at by February 12. For details, visit www.breakthroughaustin.org, email email@example.com, call 232-5181, or attend one of our information sessions on: posted 2-2-03 The Institute of Reading Development is currently hiring teachers for its reading enrichment programs in the Austin/San Antonio area.* The Institute offers programs to children of all ages and adults in partnership with Baylor University, Texas Christian University, and the University of Saint Thomas. Nationally, the Institute has been teaching programs for thirty-two years.
Extractions: A web ring set up for sites containing African American family history. African American Genealogical Society of Northern California http://www.aagsnc.org Afrigeneas Web page http://www.afrigeneas.com/ Black Studies: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications http://www.nara.gov/publications/microfilm/blackstudies/blackstd.html Be sure to read the info in Part 1. It gives an introduction, info on how to order microfilm, and where the regional archives branches are. Each of the parts begins with a listing of what is included in all parts. Christine's Genealogy Website http://ccharity.com/ Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, and Delaware http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/
Extractions: America: History and Life is a comprehensive bibliography of scholarly journal articles, book and media reviews, and dissertations related to the history and culture of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. The database offers abstracts and citations for some 8,000 articles appearing in more than 2100 journals published worldwide. Expanded Academic Index, ASAP. [connect] From arts and the humanities to social sciences, science and technology, Expanded Academic Index ASAP meets research needs across all academic disciplines. Access scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers many with full text and images. Information is updated daily and goes back to 1980. Lexis-Nexis.
Extractions: The AHA Welcomes Two New Affiliates! The first of the groups is the Society for Automotive Historians (SAH) , a 900-member organization that encourages research, documentation, preservation, and publication of history concerning the invention, development, and influence of the automobile. The second organization to become an affiliate is the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) . CHNM uses digital media and computer technology to change the way peoplefrom historians to students to the general publiclearn about and use the past. The Center brings together innovative digital media with the latest and best historical scholarship to promote an inclusive and democratic understanding of the past as well as a broad historical literacy. Call for Papers from FCHS, SHOT
African American History Websites African American History These sites offer facts, documents,biographies, histories SocialStudies Office. Charlotte Stokes, Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.pgcps.pg.k12.md.us/sstudies/bistorymo.htm
Extractions: It lists web sites devoted to the study of African American History and Culture. Most of the identified web sites are non-commercial. Many of the sites link to other important sites. Several sites are cross referenced within the document. It is hoped that this document will be of benefit to parents, teachers, students, and members of our community as we prepare activities and celebrations in the tradition envisioned by Dr. Carter G. Woodson The Website for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History Traveling Trunks Now Available from the Maryland Historical Society Included: These large kits are filled with hands-on objects, visual images, reproduction documents, background information, audiovisuals, lesson plans, teacher resource notebooks, and more. Maryland Historical Society Museum and Library SEGREGATION'S STORY: ONE AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY HISTORY African-American community around Pennsylvania Avenue in the 1920s.
About SUNO! Take me to the top. About CAAAS The Center for African and African AmericanStudies (CAAAS) at Southern University at New Orleans was founded in 1989. http://www.gnofn.org/~zaire/suno4.htm
Extractions: Southern University at New Orleans is many things. It is a state university, part of Louisiana's Southern University system; it is an open-enrollment university, serving the varied needs of Louisiana, southern Mississippi, and especially the Greater New Orleans area; and it is an HBCU, and so was created to primarily serve the needs of the African American community in and around the Greater New Orleans area. Its mission is now that of an open enrollment institution, serving all who want access to higher education, but still see ourselves as especially serving the "socio-economically disadvantaged" of Greater New Orleans. Since opening its doors in 1959, SUNO has grown until now it averages about 4,000 undergraduates, and is striving to establish several graduate programs in addition to its well-known MSW program. People instested in graduate progams should contact the department concerned, undergraduates may write to:
Social Capital And Cyberpower Indymedia.org, which received 1.5 million hits during a University of Toledo AfricanaStudies course called computers in a lowincome African American community http://www.communitytechnology.org/cyberpower/
Extractions: This book chapter is posted at the University of Michigan by the Alliance for Community Technology . It will also appear in Community Informatics: Community Development Through the Use of Information and Communications Technologies , edited by Leigh Keeble and Brian Loader, London: Routledge, 2001. The authors acknowledge the support of the Alliance for Community Technology, the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, the University of Toledo Africana Studies Program and the UT Urban Affairs Center.
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