Digital Projects on the Black Experience

Please view below a list of digital projects on the Black experience: 

  1. Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History 
    University of North Carolina 
  1. The Black Bibliography Project 
  1. eBlack Champaign Urbana 
  1. Digital Black Bibliographic Project 
  1. Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman in live motion 
  1. Civil Rights Movement Archive 
  1. Digital Harlem 
  1. Digital Schomburg 
  1. Black Past Digital Archives 
  1. Mapping Police Violence 
  1. Digital slave voyages 
  1. ASALH Digital Projects listed in Fire! 
  1. Digital Black History 
  1. One million truths 
  1. Slavery, Abolition, Emancipation, and Freedom: Primary Sources from Houghton Library 
  1. Black Stories Matter 
  1. Penn State Digital Projects and Exhibits 
  1. Digital Archives in the Black Past 
  1. Black Craftspeople Digital Archive 
  1. Colored Conventions Project 
  1. The Black Press 
  1. Howard University – Black Newspapers 
  1. Clark Atlanta University 
  1. University of Nottingham 
  1. The digital abolitionist 
  1. Las Vegas 
  1. Center for Black Digital Research 
  1. Umbra Search: University of Minnesota 
  1. Digital Projects Amistad Research Center 
  1. James Baldwin Digital Resource Guide 
  1. The Project on the History of Black Writing 

SAADA Social Media Creators Workshop

On May 21, 2022, South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) brought together fourteen social media creators at HAPPYMONDAY Studio in NYC to engage with the archive and create new content based on stories from SAADA.  

Learn more here.

What It Means To Be Asian in America

In a new Pew Research Center analysis based on dozens of focus groups, Asian American participants described the challenges of navigating their own identity in a nation where the label “Asian” brings expectations about their origins, behavior and physical self.  

See what participants say, here, in their own words, about what it means to be Asian in America. 

Pacific Islander COVID-19 Response Team | EPIC

EPIC is an active member of both the National and Southern CA Pacific Islander COVID-19 Response Teams. You can find more information and resources by visiting this website.

The Pacific Islander COVID-19 Response Team is a national group of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) researchers, health experts, community leaders and advocates formed to plan and implement infrastructure for informing and supporting families and communities about COVID-19.

The National Lead for the team is Dr. Raynald Samoa and the Technical Assistance Lead is Dr. Nia Aitaoto. The Pacific Islander Center of Primary Care Excellence is the convening organization for the Response Team. A list and names of the National Focus committee, as well as the names and contact information for the different regional leads for California (Northern and Southern), Washington state (King and Pierce County), Utah, Arkansas, Oregon and Hawaii is included below.

AAPI Health and COVID-19 Health Information | AAPI Emergency Response Network

Visit the resource website here:

Learn more and find resources for COVID-19 related health information, including resources translated into different AA and NHPI languages. The ERN is a central hub for resources for the AA and NHPI community in these difficult times. On this page you will find links for COVID-19 related health information, including resources translated into different AA and NHPI languages. If you know of resources that could be helpful to the community, please submit them here.

Racial Equity Tools Website

Visit the resource website and discover 600+ resources here:

“We offer tools, research, tips, curricula, and ideas for people who want to increase their own understanding and to help those working for racial justice at every level – in systems, organizations, communities, and the culture at large.”

Racial Equity Tools is designed to support individuals and groups working to achieve racial equity. It offers toolsresearchtipscurricula, and ideas for people who want to increase their understanding and to help those working for racial justice at every level – in systems, organizations, communities, and the culture at large.  We curate resources that use language and analysis reflecting an understanding of systemic racism, power, and privilege and are accessible on-line and free to users. The only exceptions are the Transforming White Privilege curriculum which is behind a paywall on the RET site, and the Racial Equity Learning modules which are linked to World Trust Educational Services’ site.