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An international membership organization focusing on Africa, her people, resources and relationship with the rest of the world.

Non-profit center, promoting traditional African culture and spirituality.

Pan-African news, activism and business magazine providing news distribution, mainly to Africans in the Diaspora.

Provides African-American news, commentary, entertainment, and events relevant to the Black diaspora.

A directory of links.

A guide for Black men in prison and on parole, to get out and stay out.

Afronet is an African American portal site that provides current information about the African American and African experience

Explores technological effects on black culture and art. Featuring listserv information, bibliography, filmography, discography, and links.

A guide to current and upcoming events, exhibits, lectures, activities, and educational programs at the Atlanta based fine art museum for African American art.

Spoken word and music series in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Site features news and upcoming events.

A San Francisco based complex that encourages appreciation of art and culture through community programs and activities.

Lists African names with meanings, ethnic origins and pronunciation. Includes African proverbs and ethnic greeting cards.

An online community featuring collections of poetry and photographs.

African drummer, dancer, seer and educator Onye Onyemaechi offers programs for cultural enrichment.

An online community featuring recording artists whose official Internet sites reside there. Featuring streaming audio, member chat, and forum message board.

multi-disipinary performances by solo artist to give voice to the unique experience of being Black in the United States. General information, performance schedules.

Provides historical plays and programs about the vast intellectual accomplishments of African Americans. Based in Washington, D.C.

Multi-dimensional arts organization that creates, produces and presents original work reflecting the experiences of contemporary African Americans.

Performs African dance and music for schools in the New England area.

Visual art and writings of Onajídé Shabaka, with the occasional contributions of other artists or writers.

Best known for its African-American Artists Series of documentaries on the most important African-Americans in both art history and in the contemporary art scene.

Virginia-based artist shows paintings and prints. Portraits and murals too. Includes a celebrity photo display.

Business and cultural links.

Search engine for black web sites.

State-wide African American History and Culture program at Texas Southern University.

A list of popular events, parties, and destinations for African Americans, and their schedules.

Provides support and preservations services for African American families.

Dedicated to improving the quality of life and opportunities for African American children.

An organization providing community forums and support for gay and transgender Black males.

Empowerment e-zine for the black, gay, same gender-loving man.