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African and African American Experiences

Open access resources online.


Digital Projects

African American Agricultural Extension Agents in Florida (Exhibit)

African American Migration Experience: Caribbean Immigration, 1900-present

African American Migration Experience: Great Migration, 1840-1970

African American Migration Experience: Second Great Migration, 1940-1970

Black Educators: Florida’s Secret Social Justice Advocates, 1920-1960 (online exhibit)
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Explorations: Lynching

Goin’ North – Exhibitions on the Great Migration

Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia (includes contextualizing narratives)

Lynching in America

Racial Terror: Lynching in Virginia, 1877 – 1927 (includes maps and essays)

Virtual Rosewood


Collections Online

Joel Buchanan Archive of African American Oral History
See Black History in Florida


Lesson Plans / Classroom Resources

Contextualizing a Historical Photograph: Busing and the Anti-busing Movement in Boston

Blockbusting: Social and Economic Change through Real Estate

Brown v. the Board of Education: Success or Failure?

Domestic Terror: Understanding Lynching During the Jim Crow Era

Living with Jim Crow

Race and Class in DuBois’ Seventh Ward (includes multimedia resources and a DIY boardgame)

Remembering Rosewood

Understanding the Great Migration


Webpages / Blogs

Lynching in America: Targeting Black Veterans

Politics of Disenfranchisement: White Supremacy and African American Resistance in Charlottesville, Virginia, 1900 – 1925


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