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African American History Month Learning Resources

How did the Underground Railroad work? Listen to an insider's story. [...] »

A great website for introducing African American history to young or new students. [...] »

Follow the emancipation process through the eyes of its participants. [...] »

Explore American slavery through this website's 33 primary source documents. [...] »

The 46 first-person accounts on this website effectively chronicle slavery in the United States. [...] »

Learn about race in American sports history through the life of Jackie Robinson. [...] »

Read the memoirs and letters of three 19th-century African American women on this website. [...] »

Explore slavery in America from nine thematic perspectives. [...] »

What role did runaway slaves and free African Americans play in the Second Seminole War? [...] »

Hear 12 renowned speeches by African Americans, including Marcus Garvey's only known recording. [...] »

 
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