African-American Culture
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Ironton City Schools provides this page to honor his memory.

Dr. King is the one individual who brought us a keen awareness of the issues of civil rights for all citizens of America. The following links are provided to encourage our staff and students to learn of the legacy which Dr. King left us and to appreciate the African-American culture which is a vital part of our American way of life.

For a multifaceted and interesting exploration of Dr. Martin Luther King's life and his widespread influence, visit The Seattle Times.

A terrific Web site has been established for the King Papers Project and the King Center.

See the delightful art by the students of Room 100 at Oregon's Buckman Elementary School.

A Virtual Tour of the National Civil Rights Movement.

To see some unforgettable photographs, see "Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Life Tribute."

THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Online  - The career site for students and professionals of color.

The AFRO-American The Afro-Americans Newspapers Home Page

Here is a variety of other sites which contain African-American Culture.
Black History Museum
African-Americans in Southeastern Ohio
City of Refuge Community Church

Here is a variety of sites dedicated to the Harlem Renaissance
Harlem Renaissance Harlem Renaissance. Poetry Politics Women Jazz Theater.
Harlem Renaissance   Perspectives in American Literature: A Research and Reference Guide
Harlem Renaissance This site has several links to Harlem Renaissance literature.

Black Authors
Countee Cullen W.E.B. Du Bois
Alice Walker Jean Toomer
Booker T. Washington Claude McKay
Langston Hughes Wallace Thurman
James Weldon Johnson

African-American Music Related sites
William Grant Still Undine Smith Moore
Archives of African American Music & Culture Selected List of Internet Resources

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