The 100 best Web sites for African Americans

highlights profitable business opportunities for African Americans.
organization empowering blacks through entrepreneurship and capitalistic endeavors
get a grip on stock information from industry insiders.
analyzes black consumer spending and its impact on the economy
a look at diversity in the corporate world
up-to-date investment source for African Americans who want to keep their hands on their money


learn about black history three hundred and sixty-five days a year.
world’s largest free online database of black history information.
Encyclopedia Britannica’s a-z guide to Black History.
information for the nurturing and raising of African American children
a useful resource for identifying, recruiting and developing leaders among young people of color.
the United Negro College Fund, America’s #1 African American education assistance organization.
salutes hundreds of African Americans who have made a difference
provides annual conferences dealing with African American studies and its affiliates
fun and educational site catering to kids and parents of color.
find out more about the college ranked #2 In acceptances of African Americans into US medical schools.
information on the nation’s largest liberal arts college for men
find out about the 108 undergraduate degrees or 60 graduate degrees at Florida A&M university.
more information about higher education at Clark Atlanta University
everyone has heard of Howard University, now get all the information on how to go there
Booker T. Washington made way for the school of opportunity — take advantage.
selected as a “Best Bet” on the USA TODAY Education Web Site.
free information about Historically Black Colleges and Universities nationwide



World Star Hip Hop (
America’s premiere black entertainment source
stories of the moment in news and entertainment from a flavorful perspective
put one foot in front of the other as you follow the legendary dance troupe.
get dally news on the likes of Shaq, Denzel and Prince for free
a collective guide to black radio stations around the world.
log on and hear a truly expressive and unique style of humor
featuring controversial radio, shopping and business expansion opportunities
where hip-hop, sports, style and allure collide
production, exhibition and distribution for animation, shorts and full-length films created by African Americans


a minority healthcare resource from the Office of Minority Health
has shaped and led the discussion on Black Health Issues
culturally oriented information provider dedicated to addressing the special health problems of African Americans


links the black film community and gives a forum for filmmakers, scholars and fans
selling films as a way to help you “bring the urban experience home”
these three are “reviewing life with flava”
a site devoted to African American genealogy
free genealogy site for those in search of their roots


black book reviews online
praises the excellence of poets past and present. end highlights the poets of the future
stories, poetry and essays with an African American flavor
a 100% black owned online bookstore catering to the black reader`s needs.
team about black authors, read excerpts, listen to poetry and join in online discussions.
online book club for anyone interested in the diversity of contemporary African American Literature
striving to expand appreciation of the Black literary tradition


focuses on African American performers and composers and on vocal music forms they influenced, especially opera, art forms and Negro spirituals composed for concert performance
where the artist, promoter, manager, and advertiser put out there what they want
hallelujah! a one stop shop for gospel music and information
get the latest information on everything going on in jazz
here is another way to enjoy Vibe magazine.
today’s music would have no soul if it weren’t for the blues


the top news from a black perspective
well received Web site featuring exclusives from black journalists and community publicists
with over 200 black newspapers, there has been no competition for this news service since 1970



The Root (

join the information revolution moving toward the empowerment of black people
a site focusing on black support of black owned businesses

The Huffington Post

Get Black entertainment and politics news, money and beauty advice, and discuss the
enabling African Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights


black owned and operated, and equipped with the largest conglomeration of products, information, and services.
black owned and operated site, putting control at the fingertips of the user
Tom Joyner’s venture into credible news and information for all aspects of African American life


get an inside took into black college sports
continuously evolving site featuring stories about black athletes written by top black journalists
keeps the legend of the Negro leagues alive
if you didn’t know black people skied, now you do
for any minority who wants to be like Tiger
voted “Best Site” by The Atlanta Journal Constitution (May, 2001); Voted “Best of the Web” by Y2G, The Best of Life (2000), and Official Travel Website of the Los Angeles Black Business Expo & Trade Show — need we say more
plan your vacation with culture and soul


black women, there are people to talk to
created for black women who love themselves and for those who love them
comprehensive resource for all hair care and beauty needs
dedicated to the health and wellness of today’s African American woman



Madam Noire (

MediaTakeOut (

Bossip (

Callaloo (


Hip Hop DX (

Atlanta Black Star (

Global Grind (


TheGrio (

Essence ( (

Hello Beautiful (

Rap-Up (

YBF (Young, Black, and Fabulous) (

DiversityInc. (

Vibe (

Black America Web (

Black Planet (

News One (

Hip-Hop Wired (

The Source (

The Boombox (

Rolling Out (

Urban Daily (

Black Enterprise Magazine (

EUR/Electronic Urban Report (

Colorlines (

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