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Websites

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BLACK HISTORY
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American Pictures
More than 20.000 pictures of racism, poverty and white hate groups. [Accessed May 3rd, 2009]

Black Cultural Archives
The Back Cultural Archives was founded in 1981 to collect, preserve and celebrate the contributions Black people have made to the culture, society and heritage of the UK. Their growing archive collection offers insight into the history of Black people in Britain and includes documents, photographs, memorabilia, oral history testimonies and artefacts dating from the second century to the present day. [Accessed May 3rd, 2009]

Brighton and Hove Black History
Black History focuses on the history of Asian, African and African Caribbean peoples. Since October 1987, many communities and organisations in the UK have celebrated Black History month in October, with activities such as lectures, conferences, concerts, dedicated web pages and specialist activities in the community, schools and libraries. Brighton and Hove Black History Project seeks to reveal Brighton and Hove’s hidden past and helps local people get involved in mapping their own history of Brighton and Hove. [Accessed May 3rd, 2009]

Spartacus Educational
British online encyclopedia focuses on historical topics. Articles are geared toward students. [Accessed May 3rd, 2009]

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BLACK COMMUNITIES
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BLACKNET MEDIA GROUP
Black Net is the bridge for black people and other communities, a platform for cohesion, not only  within the African and Caribbean Community but within society on a whole. We provide a huge network system influenced by contributors, volunteers, professionals, sponsors and more. Become part of the community join us today! [Accessed June 22nd, 2009]


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ORAL HISTORY, COMMUNITY AND MINORITY ARCHIVES
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Community archives
The national directory of community archives in the UK. This website has been set up to show the variety and quantity of community archives in the UK. It’s a meeting-place where archives can publicise their work and share their experiences. [Accessed July 27th, 2009]

Community Archives and Identities
Community Archives and Identities is part of a research project based at the Department of Information Studies at UCL and supported by the AHRC. The aim of this site is to provide a space for the project team to share ideas with people interested in community archives, particularly in black and other minority ethnic communities. See links section for links to interesting community archives and related projects. [Accessed June 14th, 2009]

The Freedom Archives
Black History focuses on the history of Asian, African and African Caribbean peoples. Since October 1987, many communities and organisations in the UK have celebrated Black History month in October, with activities such as lectures, conferences, concerts, dedicated web pages and specialist activities in the community, schools and libraries. Brighton and Hove Black History Project seeks to reveal Brighton and Hove’s hidden past and helps local people get involved in mapping their own history of Brighton and Hove. [Accessed June 22nd, 2009]

Portal for history of ethnic communities from London
The Real Histories Directory is a resource tool for teachers, parents, pupils and the wider community to support them in teaching and learning about cultural diversity in the UK. [Accessed July 27th, 2009]

The Real Histories Directory
The Real Histories Directory is a resource tool for teachers, parents, pupils and the wider community to support them in teaching and learning about cultural diversity in the UK. [Accessed July 27th, 2009]


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