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African American History Month Learning Resources

Investigate racial issues during and after the Civil War through letters, illustrations, and official documents. [...] »

How was the community support for and operation of Southern African American theaters? [...] »

Have you heard of musicians' unions? Learn about a 20th-century African American jazz organization. [...] »

What was Atlanta's role in the larger African American civil rights movement 1940 through 1970? [...] »

Interested in jazz, hip hop, blues, doo-wop, spirituals, or rock? Explore African American music history. [...] »

Let the Library of Congress introduce you to African-American history from colonization to the WPA. [...] »

Jazz musician Lionel Hampton and the University of Idaho shared a rich relationship, explored in this tribute site. [...] »

Local history teaches about slavery, emancipation, and freedom in Northern Virginia. [...] »

The textbook is examined as one source among many, rather than a final authority. [...] »

Pamphlets and documents from 1875 to 1900 highlight African American leaders and organizations. [...] »

 
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