Integrated classroom at Anacostia High School, Washington, D.C., 1957

Black History Month Resources


 

Looking for new stories, primary sources, or lesson suggestions?

 

NCHE is pleased to share this curated list of websites featuring resources that highlight the Black experience in the United States. These sites offer historical overviews, a variety of primary sources for analysis, and suggestions for using primary sources with learners of all ages. 


 

 Black History Month

 Primary sources and resources
from several federal organizations
and repositories 

 Website

Center for Racial Justice

Black History Month Resource Guide for Educators and Families


Website

Edutopia

Look Beyond the Struggle to Celebrate Black History

 
Website

Equal Justice Initiative

The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration 

Website

Library of Congress

African Americans in the
Civil War Effort

Website

Library of Congress

Harlem Renaissance 


Website

Library of Congress

NAACP: A Century in the
Fight for Freedom 

Website

Library of Congress

Rosa Parks



Website

National Education Association

Black History Month
Lessons & Resources

 Website

National Endowment
for the Humanities

African American History and Culture in the United States

Website

National Museum of African American History & Culture

Black Health & Wellness


Website

National Park Service

Black History Month
Resources 


Website

New York Public Library

Treasures: Voices in Black History


Website

Oklahoma Historical Society

Freedmen History


Website

PBS

Black Culture Connection

Website

U.S. Holocuast Memorial Museum

Blacks During the Holocaust 
 
Website

University of Virginia

Geography of Slavery 
in Virginia

Website

Veterans History Project

African Americans at War:
Fighting Two Battles
  
Website

Stax Museum of American Soul Music & Stax Music Academy

Virtual Museum Tours

Website