African American Reference Websites

highlighting the experiences of African Americans. This information is often briefly covered or even passed over in history curricula due to the discomfort these topics may present in classroom environments. This page provides links to specfic sites that provide information and opinions on African American history during different phases of American history

“Black History and Women’s Timeline: 1920-1929” presented by ThoughtCo.

Smithsonian Magazine examines “The Long-Lasting Legacy of the Great Migration.” releases an article titled “Last Hired, First Fired: How the Great Depression Affected African Americans.”

Information on “African Americans in World War II” is summarized in this article from The National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

An article from The National Museum of African American History & Culture highlights “A New African American Identity: The Harlem Renaissance.”