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Recent Additions to This Section
(This section features sites added to the page in the last few weeks.
Each link is cross-referenced on the page in its proper category.)

Indianz.com

Native Times

Native American health issues site

Nativeweb.org


DIVERSITY LINKS

Poynter.org's Diversity Digest
Links to dozens of articles on diversity issues around the country.

Poynter.org: Diversity Links

U.S. Commision on Civil Rights
Clearinghouse for several diversity issues.

ACLU.org

Anti-Defamation League
Organization has background information on various hate groups and terrorists.

Maynard Institute for Journalism Education: Fault Lines
A look at race, class, gender and geographical issues that divide people.

Newswatch: Media Failures in Race Coverage

Diversityinc.com
Warehouse site uses news stories and depth reporting to cover diversity in the business world.

One World.net
Not your garden-variety politics site, but you can search a superb database on human rights issues by country or topic.

The Center for Immigration Studies
This site features the latest statistical research on the immigrant population, including an updated news archive.

Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch Annual Report 2002

Audio: "Stereotypes in the Media" Panel Discussion

Witness.org
A video-based site dealing with human rights issues. Very cool.

Southern Poverty Law Center
Offers links, books and background on tolerance issues.

Tolerance.org
Part of the Southern Poverty Law Center site.

Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance
Multimedia resources on the Holocaust, hate sites and related topics.

The New York Times on the Web: How Race is Lived in America
A landmark series on race relations in America, and how it affects almost every aspect of life but is little understood or discussed.

NPTA Helping Children Cope with Tragedy
A comprehensive guide, including information for helping parents and teachers help kids deal with the current tragic events and also to help discourage prejudice and discrimination and encourage community action.

South Asian Journalists Association: Tips for Covering India Parliament Tragedy
Tips and ideas for those covering the attack by gunmen on India's parliament.

South Asian Journalists Association: Experts on India's Parliament
Links to journalists in South Asia available to help cover the story and U.S.-based sources who are experts on the region.

National Coalition on Racism in Sports and the Media
Focuses on teams and schools using Native American nicknames.

Native News Online
Clearinghouse of stories on Native American issues.

NativeWeb News Digest
Clearinghouse of stories on Native American issues.

LatinoLink.com
Clearinghouse of stories on Latino issues.

HispanicBusiness.com

Asian American Resources
Clearinghouse of stories on Asian-American issues. Site has been under construction.

News Watch Diversity Style Guide
A project of the Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism of the San Francisco State University Journalism Department and a collaboration of various minority journalists groups, this site is filled with tips and ideas.

IPA-NY?s ?Voices That Must Be Heard?
This site from the Independent Press Association of New York is good for tracking ethnic communities.

New California Media
An association of more than 400 ethnic organizations.

Poynter.org: Diversity, Democracy and the J-School Professor
A great set of tips and links for adding diversity to college journalism classes.

National Association of Black Journalists

National Association of Hispanic Journalists

Asian American Journalists Association

Blackvoices.com
News and updates site from the Tribune company.

Black World Today
News and updates site.

The New Comunity
"The mission of the Center for New Community is to revitalize community toward democracy, justice and racial equality -- because everyone matters."

The Intelligence Project
From the Southern Poverty Law Center, this site compiles studies, statistics, lists of hate groups, etc.

Communications Rights in the Information Society (CRIS)
Covers race and gender issues in communications.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center
An international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to "preserving the memory of the Holocaust by fostering tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action."

BET network
News and programming from Black Entertainment Television.

Poynter.org's News & Race: The Climate Quotient
A site about newsroom diversity, issues, etc.

Shattered! 50 Years of Silence
An informative site about the Romanian Holocaust.

LatinAmericaPress.org

Fight for Your Rights
MTV site covers race, social issues.

National Association for Minorities in Communications

Digital Divide

PBS Frontline: Race and Religion

Prime Point Foundation
The only non-profit trust promoted by any Indian public relations agency for promoting pr and communication awareness.

St. Paul Pioneer Press: Where Race and Discipline Meet
Proportionately, minority students are suspended much more often than white students, a study shows.

American Family Immigration History Center
A cool database that helps you trace immigration through NYC. Example: Enter the name of a passenger who came to America through Ellis Island between 1892 and 1924.

Multicultural Links

Latino.com
News on Hispanic culture, careers, relationships and more.

NYU's Race in Sports Site

Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)
Research, links to related stories and more.

Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance Online
Resources on the Holocaust, links to hate sites posing as kids' sites, etc.

Tolerance.org
Part of the Southern Poverty Law Center, this site offers news updates and an interactive tolerance quiz.

Indianz.com

Native Times

Native American health issues site

Nativeweb.org

NetNoir.com
A site for African-American news targeted for middle- and upper-income families.

BlackFamilies.com
Another site for African-American news targeted for middle- and upper-income families.

Women With Disabilities
This site provides a variety of resources that may help the 28 million women with disabilities.

Immigration and Naturalization Services

MTV Fight for Your Rights Newswire
News updates on diversity issues and 9-11 attack/ethnic issues.


BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Encyclopedia Britannica's Guide to Black History
An archive of audio and articles, related links, etc.

Christian Science Monitor: Black History Month
News, features, historical profiles, interviews, links and more.

This Week in Black History
A great searchable index of historical news.

U.S. Army: History of Black Military Service
Features and background from different eras in U.S. history.

U.S. Army: History of Black Military Service
Features and background from different eras in U.S. history.

50th Anniversary of Integration of the Armed Forces
Chronology, links, multimedia from 1998. This year is the 54th anniversary of military integration.

Tennessee Tech Black History Month Resources
A great collection of links. Easy to use.

Gale Group: Black History Month Resources
Biographies, timelines, reading list, quizzes, links and literature.

Black History: Exploring African-American Issues on the Web

Christine's Genealogy Research
An archive of articles pertaining to African-American Research, including more than 100 wills of New World Slave Owners from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Black Education Museum

Southern Poverty Law Center
Alabama-based firm offers curriculum resources, Teaching Tolerance magazine, etc.

Infoplease: Black History Month Links

CNN.com: Black History Month (1998)

BlackMarket.com: Black History Calendar

Civil Rights Movement Veterans
Personal testimony and contact information from veterans of the Southern Freedom Movement. It features, a related links page about the movement, bibliography, discussions, a memorial page and an area where veterans can post information about themselves.

National Civil Rights Movement
A British site that features some information about King.

NAACP.org
Includes report cards, polls and several studies.

African-American Mosaic
The Library of Congress site called the Study of Black History and Culture.

Tulane's Amistad Research Center
The largest independent African-American archives in the United States.

African-American Newspapers

African-American Related Resources

LSU's African-American History Bibliography

Historical Civil Rights Chronology
A great collection of writings from author Kevin Hollaway.

Webcorp.com Civil Rights Speeches
Everyone from MLK to JFK.


MLK DAY LINKS

The Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project
This site from Stanford is a "research effort to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated." Includes text and audio of speeches, links, bio, publications and life chronology. Front page has a nice set of "Frequently Asked Documents" links.

ABCNews.com: Remembering Dr. King
A Web-only newscast from Sam Donaldson. Includes some links.

MLKDay.com
MLK history, media information and information on current and past celebrations (includes dates, locations and times).

Seattle Times: Martin Luther King Bio
This in-depth biographical information was created to mark the 70th anniversary of King's birth. Includes a King timeline, civil rights timeline, photos, background and more.

MLKDay.org: Day of Service
An official 2002 holiday celebration site full of national news and resources about the day.

The King Center.org's Beloved Community Site
Group committed to preserving King's legacy and carrying his work forward.

Web 66: Text of "I Have a Dream" Speech
From the University of Minnesota.

History and Politics Out Loud
A database of famous political speeches, including John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Winston Churchill and Richard Nixon. Search by speech title, speaker's name or date. Note: Your browser may need plug-ins to hear the audio.

Poynter.org: MLK Resources
Poynter site offers links on MLK, the celebration, university sites, documents, timelines and more.

Poynter: Martin Luther King's "Other Words"
There's more to the "I Have a Dream ..." speech than just a sound bite.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
See how the Atlanta paper is covering the celebrations.

LSU's MLK Writings Bibliography

Infoplease.com: Civil Rights Movement Timeline

Holidays.net: MLK Day
Some basic background links.

FamilyEducation.com's MLK Page
This site helps families broaden their knowledge of King's life and legacy as they celebrate his birthday. Includes quizzes, resources, activities and background on Black history.

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