Reader Reviews

Black History Month

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Time for Kids: Black History Month

January 23, 2001 -- From Nadine Ferber, a reader fromNew York who is affiliated with the site

This February, kids and teachers will have a new resource to help them study, teach, and draw inspiration from Black HistoryMonth. We’re launching a spotlight area that focuses on the African American experience in America.

Kulture Kidz

January 3, 2001 -- From Ty, a reader from Columbia, SC who is affiliated with the site

Kulture Kidz is a fun, interactive web site about African American history and culture. A great web site for Black History Month studies.

African American Odyssey

February 11, 2000 -- From Doc, a reader who is not affiliated with the site

The Library of Congress brings together The African American Odyssey: The Quest for Full Citizenship. The storyof African Americans from the end of slavery through the Civil Rights era. It includes documents, maps, films and recordings.

Black History

January 18, 2000 -- From Linda Langs, a teacher from Grand Haven, MI, who is affiliated with the site

Visitors are invited to publish a story or article on black history, download coloring pages, or a word search activity,or just peruse the many stories and research articles on famous black people throughout the world. A featured person appears every day. Lots of interesting things to do and learn for adults, teachers, and students on black history.

Matt Henson Co-Discoverer of the North Pole

September 27, 1999 -- From A.S. Hirsch, a teacher from Chicago,IL who is not affiliated with the site

A wonderful site to flip through. It is a comprehensive study of America’s race to discover the North Pole. This wonderful story, nearly 100 years old, really comes to life with the original pictures and text. Easy to follow. Written in student friendly way. A must visit.