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Websites relating to Black History and Culture
The 100 Great Black Britons
This was compiled as a response to the BBC Great Britons to highlight black achievements and contributions made over the centuries.
An American Internet resource for Black history information, searchable by date, word or topic. Brief facts for the most part but a helpful starting point. Good background music to the site, which makes browsing enjoyable.
Black UK Online
A new progressive portal providing a unique blend of local, national, community and international news, views, reviews and entertainment. Our main objective is to widen thought-provoking editorial beyond the black experience and to reflect more fully, the multicultural Britain that we live in today.
A comprehensive general magazine with news items, current affairs, black history, leisure and entertainment, recipes and links to other sites of interest to the black community.
Very informative. Current as well as historical information. Has links to other useful sites.
Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations
This site provides information about the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations based at the University of Warwick. It contains some useful information relating to its work, the materials the Centre holds and publication listings.
"Quarterly magazine on Black issues -Educational. Historical and Political- in Britain and around the world". Visit the gallery of photographs, the books and booksellers lists, and the history pages to catch a flavour of the site.
Moving Here is a database of digitised photographs, maps, objects, documents and audio items recording migration experiences within the UK of the past 200 years.
As well as political subjects, covers areas like genealogy and immigration etc. You can use the Search engine to find what you want.
Society for Caribbean Studies
Society for Caribbean Studies. Papers produced at its annual conferences are reproduced at this site.
The online version of the popular weekly paper covering a wide range of topics from a black perspective.
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