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  Links to related sites on culture/multiculturalism on the web:  
 

 

 

Black Cinema Network.  Timely, informative, and very hip, indeed.

 

The Black List. A comprehensive listing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people of African Descent.

 

ERaM (Ethnicity, Racism and the Media) Programme. Previously located at the University of Bradford, UK, now at St. Johns University, this program provides a global forum for the discussion and dissemination of any and all news, information, research and policy documents related to issues of ethnicity, racism and the media. ERaM currently supports two email mailing lists, the eram-list and eram-research-list, and an index of related sites of interest.

 

History/Social Science Web Site for K-12 Teachers. Fascinating, comprehensive site for more than just teachers. Includes an extensive DIVERSITY resources page maintained by Dennis Boals.

 

 

In Motion Magazine. Progressive, multicultural online publication, bringing together grassroots politics, arts, and letters.

 

Interracial Voice. Discourses, editorials, poetry, and an open submissions policy on matters of interracial identity and relations.

Library of Congress Research and Collection Services. Explore a vast array of resources and special collections; learn about interlibrary lending; access tools for educators; even ask a librarian your questions -- all online, through the Library of Congress.

 

Multicultural Book Review Homepage. An interactive overview of the ongoing changes in the fields of literature and language, for K-12 classrooms in the United States.

National Assoc. for Ethnic Studies Home Page. Provides information on ethnic studies programs; related web sites; and other multiethnic resources.

 

 

Native Web. A cyberspace for Earth's indigenous peoples, offering a compendium of useful information, along with dozens of links across the web.

 

Queer Resources Directory. An excellent starting point for resources on lesbigay issues.

 
     

 

 

 
 
     
 

 

JADE MAGAZINE
Under the editor of the former A. Magazine, this free cybejournal is specifically tailored to Asian American women.

NWHQ
Moving along under the considerably talented direction of Hungarian artist and writer Elizabeth Fischer.

SUCK
Harsh and wonderful, updated every weekday.
 

 

 

 

 
     
 

 

ART CRIMES: THE WRITING ON THE WALL
Graffitti lovers around the world unite, in this explosive array of international public art. Graphics intensive.

ART NOIR SHOWCASE
Each month presents new diasporic arts of African America, Caribbean America, Afro-Latin America including Brazil, and Polynesia.

GUERILLA GIRLS ONLINE!
The infamous masked performance artists/poster makers have finally made it to the web. The site is graphics intensive, but well worth the trip. Download your favorite posters for your office, home, or classroom!

SMALL TOWNS BLACK LIVES
Photo essay on rural African American life.
 


     
 

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