Black/African Related Resources (Art McGee's List)
This is a list of online information storage sites (FTP, Gopher, Telnet, WWW, BBS,
Database, etc.) that contain a significant amount of information relating to or of concern
to Black or African people, culture, and issues around the world, either in files or
conferences. Also included (in other sections of the list) are resources relating to
Ethnic/Intercultural Relations, International/Sustainable Development (includes Global
Networking), and Social/Progressive Activism. Please let Art McGee know of any updates,
additions, corrections or suggestions that you might have. This list is up to date as of
JULY 29, 1994.
- National Civil Rights Museum
The interpretive exhibits that form the main body of the National Civil Rights Museum are
structured as a series of vignettes of key events in the civil rights movement. These events offer a
forum for exploring the history of each event, its main participants, what happened just before and
during that time, what was achieved or not achieved, and the subsequent changes or resultant
- Gondwana African Arts
Resources on African and African American art-related issues.
- Ile Ife and the Arthur Hall Collection
Includes resources on the Arthur Hall Afro-American Dance Ensemble, and internet resources on
- Adelphi (Richard L. Dennison)
- AERN (Michel Perdreau)
The African Educational Research Network (AERN) brings together educators from African and North
American universities to share reports of research studies and to consider developmental issues.
- Afro-Am History (Don Mabry)
Documents related to African American/Black history.
- African Studies WWW (Ali B. Ali Dinar)
The WWW server contains African Studies related information on programs and resources in Africa
and elsewhere. The PennInfo server contains information about the Afican Studies Program at the
University of Pennsylvania.
- Baobab (Bob Barad)
The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, located on the campus of the University of Texas
at Austin, is a specialized research library focusing on materials from and about Latin America, and
on materials relating to Spanish-speaking peoples in the United States.
- BRAS-* (Alexandre Zepka)
- Brasil Images (Walter
- Brasil Net Services
- Braudel Papers
- CAMNET (Louis Hell)
Login: CAMNET; Password: GUEST; type ACCOUNT GUEST.
- Caribbean (Richard Dennison)
Includes gifs, sound files, movie clips, lyrics.
- Caribbean Archive (Michio Ogata)
This site contains a listing of caribbean clubs; events relevant to Caribbean Community, as well
as events being put on by caribbean clubs; Gif files, sound files, lyrics of many popular artists and
songs; and Caribbean news.
- COMPUTEK (Mur Muchane)
This is a publication of the Kenya Computer Institute.
- DreamCoat (Rolf HW Poser)
Drum provides connectivity to the Internet for the African and African American community. This
archive contains papers relating to Black history and the Congressional Black Caucus.
- Ethiopian Archive (Tsehay Demeke)
This is a collection of GIF image files of Ethiopian ceremonies and scenery.
- IFUSP Brazil (Fabio Becherini)
This Gopher Server at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil includes information about USP, IFUSP and
BRAS-NET; Brazilian network services and nodes; and news from Brazilian newspapers.
- Jazz/Blues (Brian White)
- JAZZ Online (Joseph M. Vella)
Latin American and Caribbean Center.
- MISAnet (Bruce Cohen)
Contains the Weekly Mail and Free Press South African newspapers.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
The MLK Bibliography lists approximately 2700 bibliographic citations to works by or about Martin
Luther King, Jr., and the civil rights movement. It is intended to help both the student and the
scholar traverse the rich and varied terrain of primary and secondary historical, sociological, and
journalistic sources on King and the Black freedom struggle.
- MOLIS/FEDIX (Mike Vore)
FEDIX databases provide information on agency research opportunities, scholarships, research
equipment, and minority opportunities. MOLIS databases support the White House Initiative on
Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) by providing capability information on 107
- Ralph Bunche (Paul Reese)
The Ralph Bunche Elementary computer mini-school in New York enables 4th, 5th, and 6th graders to
participate in communications projects such as a video kids news team, called KWN (Kid Witness
- RED CIENTIFICA PERUANA
- Reggae Archives (Mike Pawka)
This archive contains discographies, record catalogs, lyrics, pictures, articles and audio files
related to reggae music and culture.
- Rhodes University (F. Jacot Guillarmod)
Networking in Southern Africa; Rugby Information.
- RINAF (Abraham Gebrehiwot)
The Regional Informatics Networks for Africa (RINAF) project is meant to bring basic Internet
services to several African countries and to provide online documentation about networking in
- RNRT (Khaled Bouaziz)
Tunisia RNRT provides information on Tunisian tourism, higher education, local offices and
agencies, and research institutes.
- RSA Politics (Peter van Heusden)
Included in the archive are electronic press releases and policy documents.
- S.C. African (Scott Hazelhurst)
- S.C. Caribbean (Bob Frase)
This newsgroup provides a forum for discussions on cultural, economic, sporting and political
aspects of Caribbean life. The 'official' language is English, but persons may post in any language
spoken within the Caribbean (e.g. French, Spanish, French/English patois, Creolese).
- SANGONeT (Fatima Bhyat)
Includes information on the ANC, HealthNet, WorkNet, and Marimba Software.
- Summit of the Americas
The Summit of the Americas is an historic event which will bring the democratically elected heads
of state of all the countries in the Western Hemisphere to Miami December 9-10, 1994. Leaders will
discuss critical issues facing the Americas, including democracy and good governance as well as trade,
investment and environment.
The Internetworking Company of Southern Africa was founded in order to provide high-quality
Internet services at the most cost-effective price possible.
- TSS (Bilel Jamoussi)
The Tunisian Scientific Society (TSS) is an apolitical, not-for-profit organization that
coordinates the efforts of the worldwide Tunisian scientific community for the purpose of scientific
and technological development.
- UGeorgia/PeachNet (James Pettus)
The U. Georgia's Regents' Advisory Council for Africa organizes seminars, workshops and academic
exchange programs; develops links between Georgia businesses and prospective African partners; and
networks between Africanists, using library and other resources on Africa.
- UM-St.Louis (Black Studies)
This African American related information, including the Western Historical Manuscript Collection,
has been made accessible by the Thomas Jefferson Library of the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
- UT-LANIC (Ning Lin)
The objective of UT-LANIC is to provide Latin American users with access to academic databases and
information services worldwide, and to provide Latin Americanists around the world with access to the
information on and from Latin America.
- UW-Madison African Studies (Wendy
UW-Madison's electronic bulletin board includes bulletins on activities in the Madison area, and
outreach tools for K-12 scholars and educators.
- VibeOnline! (Patrick Kane)
VIBE chronicles and celebrates urban music and the American youth culture that inspires and
consumes it. Vibe speaks to a whole generation of young men and women whose lives defy categorization
along conventional lines of race, class or gender.
- WNUR-FM Jazz Info (Joe Germuska)
This archive is the outcome of a collaborative project against xenophobia involving Saarbruecken,
Germany's town gallery, students of the art high school, students of the faculty of information
science at the University of Saarbruecken.
Login: biron; Password: norib.
- Caltech MSA (Asim
Caltech Muslims Group offers files from different forums, such as the International Association of
Muslim Educators and soc.religion.islam.
- Chicano/LatinoNet (Richard Chabran)
Chicano/Latino brings together research as well as Chicano/Latino linguistic minority and
educational research efforts, to provide ready access to networked information of interest to the
- CoombsQuest (T. Matthew Ciolek)
This database is developed to support the research & teaching activities of the Australian
National University's Research Schools and overseas research institutions.
- Diversity (Mark Sandler)
This site points to various other diversity resources on the internet.
- Diversity & Division (Madison C.)
Diversity & Division gives special attention to the issues of race and culture in America and
presents diversity of opinion by representing the efforts of young writers of different racial
backgrounds who refuse to allow popular expectations to dictate their beliefs.
- ED/OERI (Keith M. Stubbs)
Educational Research, Improvement, and Statistics.
- ERIC (Dave Lankes)
- ERIC_AE (Larry
ERIC/AE's scope of interest covers: methodology of measurement, research, and evaluation;
application of tests, measurement, or evaluation in educational projects or programs; tests and other
measurement devices; learning theory in general.
- Islamic Info.
- Islamic Resources (Y. Abdullah)
Includes the Middle East Studies Association Bulletin.
- MAES (Keith A. Marrocco)
The Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists (MAES) works to increase opportunities
and recognition for Mexican-Americans in engineering, computer technology and science.
- Minority Enterprise Corporation of Pittsburgh
An independent non-profit organization dedicated to the creation of minority-owned businesses
within southwestern Pennsylvania.
- NTIS/FedWorld (Bob Bunge)
The National Technical Information Service (NTIS) introduced FedWorld to help with the challenge
of accessing U.S. Government Information online. We are providing a comprehensive central access
point for locating and acquiring government information.
- POS302-L (Tom
POS302-L is a discussion list created for the "Race, Ethnicity and Social Inequality" seminar
offered at Illinois State University in the Spring, 1994 semester.
The Social Science Information Gateway (SOSIG) describes and allows you to connect to Social
Science Resources worldwide.
- Southern Culture (Tracy May)
The Center for the Study of Southern Culture provides an outlet for the wide variety of cultural
events and related materials that come from this region.
- U.S. Civil Rights (Brian Shelden)
TITLE 42 CHAPTER 21 -- CIVIL RIGHTS.
- US DoJ
The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice is the primary institution within the
federal government responsible for enforcing federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis
of race, sex, handicap, religion, and national origin.
- ANU Biodiversity (David Green)
- Bernan/UNIPUB (Jeff Steinman)
Bernan/UNIPUB via its "Government Publications Network" has information about international
documents in it's 'Intergovernmental Publications' section. Note: Login: gpn.
- BioDiversity (Jim Beach)
The Biodiversity and Biological Collections contain information of interest to systematists,
including: catalogs and directories, Taxonomic Authority Files and listservs, access to on-line
journals, and information about Biodiversity Projects.
- CCN/SDIN (Miles R. Fidelman)
The Civic Network is an evolving collection of online resources dedicated to supporting civic life
and civic participation.
- CEDAR (Douglas Kahn)
CEDAR is the Central European Environmental Data Request Facility that provides the environmental
and scientific community in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with access to information regarding
- CGNET (Ken Novak)
CGNET Services International works to improve the effectiveness of researchers in developing
countries through a communication network (CGNET) that interconnects a group of international research
organizations via electronic mail and data transfer.
- CIDA (Roy Pereira) [819-953-8207] Dialup
- CIED (Preston Hardison)
- CIESIN (Jeffrey Ogden)
The Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) addresses
environmental data management issues and facilitates access to, use and understanding of global change
information world wide.
The Canadian Global Change Program (CGCP) activities comprise three principal components:
research planning, policy analysis and communications.
- CNR (David D. Ward)
College of Natural Resources, University of Minnesota.
ConverNet facilitates the involvement of interested developing countries in global efforts in the
area of military conversion and provides an international mechanism for monitoring the transfer of
know-how and the adequate flow of technologies to those countries.
- Cornell Biodiversity
The Biodiversity and Biological Collections Gopher contains information of interest to
systematists and other biologists of the organismic kind.
- CREST (Christopher Gronbeck)
The Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST) has been established to
demonstrate renewable energy and energy efficiency technology at work today and to encourage its use
through hands-on interaction and education.
- CWRU Poverty (Julian Chow)
The Center for Urban Poverty and Social Change works through collaboration with community-based
organizations, policymakers and agencies to build local capacity to analyze, develop, and evaluate
initiatives to support and strengthen poor communities and families.
- Department of Commerce/NTDB
The U.S. Department of Commerce was established to promote American businesses and trade.
- E-News (Gilberto
This is an electronic library, containing Energy News, Notes & Ideas, Develop Net News-VITA, ECO
GENEVA, Global Efficiency Monitor, and Wind Energy Weekly.
EagleInfo contains information about The American University.
- EcoGopher (Tom Rowe)
EcoGopher is an ongoing project, developed for the purpose of facilitating access to environmental
- Econ-WP (Bob Parks)
This gopher service for the Working Paper Archive (WPA), including all areas of Economics, is
primarily devoted to giving interactive access to electronic working papers that have been
- Economic Bulletin Board
- ECOSERV (Quentin Hurt)
Includes conferences and events that are aimed at the African environmental situation.
- EnviroLink (Josh Knauer)
The EnviroLink Network is the largest on-line environmental information service on the
- EPIX (Peter Anderson)
The Emergency Preparedness Information eXchange (EPIX) server is dedicated to the promotion of
networking in support of disaster mitigation research and practice.
- FAO (Laurie Federgreen)
The Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN.
- ForInt-Law (Jie Su)
Foreign and International Law.
- FSU Population (Robert Holden)
The Center for the Study of Population at Florida State University coordinates population research
and training throughout the university, by bringing together faculty and students from various
- Global Recycling Net (Esko Kilpi)
Global Recycling Network is an information service set up on the Internet to aid businesses around
the world to recycle resources, surplus manufactured goods and outdated or used machinery.
- Gnet/VITA (Laurence
The GNET archive contains documents pertaining to networking in less-industrialized nations.
- HungerWeb (Daniel Zalik)
The purpose of the HungerWeb is to provide both an interactive medium for general hunger education
and a platform for detailed hunger information useful to researchers and other interested
- ICDL (Nazira Ismail)
Note: at the PAD> prompt CALL ACSVAX. Username: icdl. Other UK phone numbers can be found by
logging in as QDIAL
- ICOMOS (Gordon Dewis)
The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) deals with the international protection
of cultural property.
- IDEA (Dan Cotton)
This site contains information on International Agriculture-INTERPAKS, Agriculture Market News,
Safety and Health, Urban and Community Forestry, Vegetable Crops, Food Safety, Preservation,
Nutrition, Flood Information.
- IFIP (Howard L. Funk)
The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) is dedicated to improving
worldwide communication and increased understanding among practitioners of all nations about the role
information processing can play in all walks of life.
- IGC/APC (Geoff Sears)
The Institute for Global Communications (IGC) is a member of the Association for Progressive
Communications, that works for peace, human rights, environmental protection, social justice, and
- IISD (Langston James Goree)
Linkages is provided by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). It is
designed to be an electronic clearing-house for information on past and upcoming international
meetings related to environment and development.
- IMIA (Miriam Jaffe)
International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA).
- INFORUM (Robert D. Hart)
Login: inforum; Username: visitor. The International Forum for the Development of Regional &
Global Partnerships (INFORUM) is an international group of people involved with sustainable
- International Education-INTL (Brenda Robinson)
The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) is a national, university-based center for research
into the causes and consequences of poverty and social inequality in the United States.
- ISOC/IETF (John Stewart)
The Internet Society (ISOC) fosters the evolution of the Internet and its use. The Internet
Engineering Task Force (IETF) makes technical and other contributions to the engineering and evolution
of the Internet and its technologies.
- ITU TIES (Lucio Goelzer)
The ITU TIES is a set of computer-based communication and information services supporting ITU-
related information exchange requirements of the global telecommunications community.
- KIDLINK (Mark Hunnibell)
The focus of this server is the KIDLINK series of projects, all of which are intended to help
youth age 10-15 get involved in a global dialog through e-mail and other telecommunications
- LII (Thomas R. Bruce)
This site contains documents and commentary on foreign and international law.
- NBER (Daniel Feenberg)
This gopher contains the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) working papers.
- Peace Corps (Michael J.
This public service page has information on the Peace Corps, Uganda, the Rwandan crisis, and other
links. INTAC Access Corporation is committed to the idea that the Internet can be a tremendous force
for good in people's lives.
- PENpages (Kirk Barbieri)
PENpages contains thousands of research-based fact sheets, news items, and reports on the
agricultural sciences, such as the IFAN Database (food and nutrition), the MAPP database (family
economic & well-being), and AG*SAT Teleconferencing.
- PerManNet (Mark Prado)
- Population Research (David Barr)
This is the computer network of the Penn State Population Research Institute, a government-funded
US Census Data Center for Demography.
- Population Studies (Timothy P.
The Population Studies Center at University of Pennsylvania server contains on-line population
data for Africa.
The Population Studies Center of the University of Michigan.
- RAINet (Randy Bush)
PSGnet and RAINet are mostly concerned with networking in the developing world; low-cost
networking tools; and computer networking in general.
- RHSETnet (Richard Robertson)
The goal of the Rural Health Support, Education and Training Program (RHSETNet) is to provide
remote health workers immediate and easy access to information, training programs, computer assisted
learning programs and to encourage competency in the use of new and emergent technologies in a cost
- RuralNet (Mike McCarthy)
The RuralNet Gopher emphasizes rural health care and the specialized interests of health care
students, faculty, practitioners and staff.
- sunSITE (Larry London)
- TogetherNet (Paul Hansen)
The Together Foundation works towards positive global change by establishing communications and
information systems that inventory and integrate the resources and needs of people, projects and
organizations in service to humanity and the Earth.
- Travel Advisories (Craig Rice)
U.S. State Department Travel Warnings and Consular Information Sheets.
- Tropical Database (Sidnei de Sousa)
The Tropical Data Base (Base de Dados Tropical - BDT) collects, organizes and disseminates local
and regional information on microbial strain and culture collections.
- UDLP (Joe Monahan)
Note: This site is semi-private and requires a userid/password
This is a Federal Government depository for information and documents.
- UN Volunteers (Jeremy Mortimer)
The United Nations Volunteers programme (UNV) serves as an operational partner in development co-
operation at the request of UN member states.
- UNCJIN (Adam Bouloukos)
The Goal of UNCJIN is to establish a world wide network to enhance the dissemination and exchange
of information concerning criminal justice and crime.
- UNDP (Malcolm Chapman)
UNDP builds partnerships with the people and governments of developing countries, with the donor
community, with the specialized agencies of the United Nations, and with private institutions and non-
governmental organizations to foster human development.
The United Nations Environment Programme's Global Resource Information Database (UNEP/GRID).
UNICEF, as a subsidiary body of the General Assembly, reporting through the Economic and Social
Council, is a part of the United Nations.
- USAID (Jim Russo)
- USDA/ERS/NASS (Oya Y. Rieger)
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economics and Statistics system provides quick and timely
access to agricultural statistics on the Internet.
- VITA (Gary Garriott)
VITA is engaged in international development to help people in developing countries improve the
quality of their lives through the collection, distillation, and transfer of information.
- VOA/Worldnet (Chris Kern)
The Voice of America is the international broadcast service of the U.S. Information Agency that
carries out the overseas information and cultural exchange programs of the U.S. government.
- Washington & Lee
This page contains geographically sorted menus that link to other internet sites.
- WHO (Shunichi Akazawa)
Recent WHO material relevant to Africa is compiled each month from WHO publications, documents,
periodical articles, press releases, newsletters as well as non-WHO generated news from the general
scientific and medical press, and sent in electronic form via low-altitude satellite (Healthnet, run
by SatelLife) to groundstations in Africa.
- World Bank (Larry W. Austin)
The World Bank works to broaden understanding of socio-economic development processes, to improve
the Bank's capacity to give policy advice to its developing member countries, and to support education
and indigenous research in those countries.
- ACLU (Lynn Decker)
The ACLU is the nation's foremost advocate of individual rights- litigating, legislating and
educating the public on a broad array of issues affecting individual freedom in the United
- AI/Human Rights (Mike Blackstock)
- Anarchy (Jack Jansen)
The anarchy-list is a mailing list meant for discussing issues related to anarchism.
Charity and community services via the EINet Galaxy.
- Chomsky Archive (Jimmer
The Noam Chomsky Archive is a public collection of files (articles, interviews, lectures, reviews,
etc.) by and about Noam Chomsky. Noam Chomsky is an Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics
and Philosophy at MIT, where he has revolutionized linguistics twice since the fifties. He is also one
of the most prominent dissidents writing in the United States today, a severe, impassioned and
consistent critic of US foreign policy.
- CICnet (Paul Holbrook)
CommUnity is the Computer Communicators' Association, a pressure group to repesent the interest of
the UK online community.
- CPSR (Al Whaley)
Computing Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) works to provide the public and
policymakers with realistic assessments of the power, promise, and problems of information
- Crypto (Fran Litterio)
Cryptography, PGP, and Your Privacy.
- CSF (Don Roper)
Communications for a Sustainable Future (CSF) was founded on the idea that the new technology of
computer networking should be used to enhance communications with the objective of reducing conflict
to secure a more promising future.
U.S. State Department Human Rights Country Reports, 1993.
- DSA: Race, Ethnicity, & Affirmative
The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is the largest socialist organization in the United
States, and the principal U.S. affiliate of the Socialist International.
- E-Text (Paul Southworth)
- EDIN/CoC (Nathan Newman)
The Electronic Democracy Information Network (EDIN) provides community groups greater access to
information in the on-line world through electronic communication, to help avoid the danger of a split
between the information haves and have-nots. Note: 125X=EDIN, 2000=CoC.
Electronic Frontier Canada (EFC) was founded to ensure that the principles embodied in the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms are protected as new computing, communications, and
information technologies emerge. EFC is working to shape Canada's computing and communications
infrastructure and the policies that govern it, in order to maintain privacy and other democratic
Electronic Frontier Norway (EFN).
- EFF (Christopher Davis)
EFF works to shape our nation's communications infrastructure and the policies that govern it in
order to maintain and enhance First Amendment, privacy and other democratic values, and to foster the
creation of Electronic Democracy.
- EFNH (L. Daniel York)
Electronic Frontiers New Hampshire is a public interest advocacy group concerned about protection
of civil liberties in the online world.
- English-Server (Geoff Sauer)
The English Server hopes to demonstrate potential in the collaborative uses of communications
technologies for education.
- FED (Paige Ryan)
The Employee Ownership Page, sponsored by the Foundation for Enterprise Development (F.E.D.), is a
resource on equity compensation, employee involvement and other effective business strategies.
The GreenGopher is rooted in strong local groups that bring disparate grassroots efforts together
around a common program for change and an organizational vehicle for coordinated action.
- Human Rights
- IGC/APC (Geoff Sears)
The Institute for Global Communications (IGC) works for peace, human rights, environmental
protection, social justice, and sustainability through it's four computer networks: PeaceNet(TM),
EcoNet(TM), ConflictNet and LaborNet.
- Jim Warren GovAccess (C. Figallo)
The Jim Warren Gopher is a collection of electronic newsletters distributed by Jim Warren on the
subjects of political action and government access through the use of computer communications.
- M.A.P. (Rich Winkel)
This is an archive for the Misc.Acitivsm.Progressive newsgroup.
- Mother Jones (Joel Truher)
Mother Jones is dedicated to advancing progressive causes through media, by challenging
conventional wisdom, exposing abuses of power, helping redefine stubborn problems, and offering fresh
- NPO (Ellen Spertus)
Nonprofit Organizations on the Internet.
- New York Transfer News (Kathy
NY Transfer News is also available via dialup [212-675-9690].
The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse offers consumers a unique opportunity to learn how to protect
their personal privacy.
- QRD (Ron Buckmire)
The Queer Resources Directory (QRD) is an electronic library with news clippings, political
contact information, newsletters, essays, images, and every other kind of information resource of
interest to the GLBO community.
- TIC (John S. Quarterman)
EFF-Austin was formed to protect constitutional guarantees of free speech and freedom from
unreasonable search and seizure for users of computer networks in the online world.
- WELL (J. Matisse Enzer)
The WELL is an experiment in building a magazine in cyberspace that stresses the idea of "access
to tools and ideas."
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