African American History Task Force website is created by the Florida Commissioner of Education’s African American History Task Force gives a variety of educator and student resources in African American History.
African American Research Library and Cultural Center Virtual Gallery shows photos and information on African artifacts.
ArtsEdge African American History website is hosted by The John F. Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts, and it explores African American history and culture through the arts.
Black Lives Matter Instructional Library is a small collection of read aloud books on activism and advocacy, self love and empowerment, and black history. There are also some titles in Spanish. Please be patient because this resource takes a few moments to load.
BlackPast is a reference website dedicated to providing information on African American history and ancestry.
Children’s Africana Book Awards (CABA) are presented annually to the authors and illustrators of the best children’s and young adult books on Africa published or republished in the U.S.
Coretta Scott King Book Awards are given annually to outstanding African American authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults that demonstrate an appreciation of African American culture and universal human values.
Culture and Change: Black History in America is a Scholastic website, which has information on famous African Americans and their impact on history and culture.
Embrace Race 2020 Book List is a list of books selected to give parents and educators book choices with multiracial characters written by diverse authors.
Famous African American Inventors is a Scholastic website, which gives information about inventors who changed history with their contributions to science and numerous industries.
History Channel Black History Month is a website that documents events in black history with interesting articles and video clips.
Library of Congress African American History Month is a website that connects visitors to exhibits and collections in several government museums on the topics of African American history.
National Children’s Museum Resources is a list of articles and resources to help parents when they discuss race and social justice with their children.
National Education Association (NEA) Black History Month Lessons & Resources Grades K-5 is a website that includes teacher lesson plans and resources about black history for use at home or in the classroom.
National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) in Washington, DC is dedicated to documenting African American life, history, and culture. This link connects to their digital resources guide.
National Network of State Teachers of the Year (NNSTOY) Social Justice Book List is a list of books to help teach students about different social justice issues.
Old Dillard Museum is a historic landmark in Fort Lauderdale. It opened in 1907 as the first school for African American students in Fort Lauderdale. Today it continues to provide educational exhibits and programs that support African American heritage, history, and culture.
1000 Black Girl Books Resource Guide was created to connect teachers, parents, and students to a collection of books with black girls as the main character. It is maintained by the GrassROOTS Community Foundation. The list can be searched by author, title, or reading level. Please scroll down to the end of the page to locate the guide.
ReadingRockets African American History and Culture is a website that provides numerous links to information and resources on books and topics in African American history and culture.
Resources for Talking about Race, Racism, and Racialized Violence with Kids is a website of resources created by the Center for Racial Justice in Education.
See What We See is a website created by Social Justice Books. This link connects to their book recommendations and reviews list. They also have a Guide for Selecting Anti-bias Children’s Books, multicultural and social justice BookLists, and 2020 Summer Reading Lists.
Story Corps is a website that features stories about life events as told in the first person or by people who knew them. By sharing these stories, Story Corps hopes to “build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.” Try these animated stories about personal moments in black history: Silvia’s Legacy, A More Perfect Union, Driven, and Eyes on the Stars.
Talking About Race is a website by the National Museum of African American History and Culture with articles and resources to inspire conversations about race.
Teaching for Change is a website that offers news, books, parent and teaching resources to build social justice at schools and in classrooms.
Teaching Tolerance is a website with a variety of social justice resources for educators to create a classroom where all students are included, respected, and valued.
WeTeachNYC Black History Resources is a website developed by the New York City Department of Education. This website has resources to help teach topics in racism and black history.