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African Americans -- Periodicals


Google has been expanding their periodical offerings through their archive of digitized books, and recently they continued their work in this area by offering access to Ebony magazine. The magazine was started by the late John H. Johnson in 1945, and since that time it has focused its work on offering insights and commentary into the African-American experience. On this site, visitors can read the...
Detroit Public Television's American Black Journal

American Black Journal (ABJ) first went on the air in 1968, and its focus was "to increase the availability and accessibility of media relating to African-American experiences in order to encourage greater involvement from Detroit citizens in working to resolve community problems." With funding from the National Endowment of the Humanities, Detroit Public Television and Michigan State University...