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View Resource Urban Leaders List

The National Urban League is sponsoring the Urban Leaders List as a place to discuss improving inner-city communities for young people and adults. The National Urban League is on a mission of social and educational development of youth, economic self-sufficiency, and racial inclusion. The leadership of all 114 Urban Leagues will be joining the list as well as our volunteers from corporate America,...

http://www.nul.org/mlist.html
View Resource Civil Rights Center

The Civil Rights Center of the US Department of Labor (DOL) was created to assist the DOL in developing, administering, and enforcing departmental policies, practices, and procedures, as well as US laws detailing the prohibition of discrimination on a variety of levels. The site contains the full-text of all statutes enforced by the Civil Rights Center as well as the Code of Federal Regulations...

https://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/crc/
View Resource Civil Rights Oral History Interviews: Spokane, Washington

While there are numerous civil rights oral history projects, there are few organized around the remembrances and memories of persons from a particular geographic locale. This collection of eight oral history interviews, conducted by Rebecca Nappi, was created in part by the Washington State University Library in collaboration with the Spokane Spokesman-Review. Visitors to the site can listen to...

http://content.libraries.wsu.edu/index.php/cdm/landingpage/c...
View Resource Voices of Civil Rights

Designed and sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR), and the Library of Congress, the Voices of Civil Rights website is the initial effort to create an online archive of stories about the civil rights movement (both historical and contemporary), essays, interviews, project updates, and special reports. While the site is a...

http://www.voicesofcivilrights.org/