February is Black History Month. It’s a time to learn about black history and where history has led not only the United States, but also the world. The United States has influenced other countries on how the countries treat their citizens.
Research on black history will open up links to areas you never imagined the United States having any affect on. How we treat people here influences other countries. Research which Americans have influenced other countries with their travel there. You may learn more than you expect.
For Black History Month you may be trying to find black history information on the internet. If you are looking for free websites to help educate or just explore information for Black History Month the following websites may help.
Biography.com has a unique black history month website. Black history oozes from the website. There are facts and information on inventors, celebrities, athletes, people that somehow made the world a better place with their discovery or contribution. This website is full of information and worth looking into..
Infoplease.com has an extraordinary wealth of information. The timeline is even better than that of Biography.com. This website thoroughly explores black history and even has information on other material. If you are looking for a website to answer questions this is a good website to use. Infoplease also offers crosswords, puzzles and quizzes to test your knowledge. If you are looking for activities for Black History Month you may find a few of these useful to your plans.
PBS.org has black history pertaining to slavery. This website is set up for teachers using the information in their lesson plans. PBS has made four categories to refer to in their website for black history month on slavery. The website was designed for a six hour television series covering slavery as a teaching guide. If you are looking for a lesson to add to your lesson plan this might be the information you are looking for.
The Avalon Project on the Lillian Goldman Law Library sponsored by Yale University is full of useful information pertaining to Black History Month. I highly recommend this website for use in essays or reports for school. This comes from a website that is a school. This is a website that is going to have reliable and accurate information because a law school uses it.
Academicinfo is a great website to use for black history references and to find other websites on information. This is a website that is great for educational purposes. If you are preparing a report or essay you may want to use academic info. It is a collaboration of information and resources.
February should be a time to reflect on black history and the evolution that U.S. history has caused in other places.