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African American Art Song Alliance by African American Art Song Alliance
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Afropop Worldwide by World Music Productions
Guide to African and world music via public radio and the web. full record
Hip-Hop Research Portal by Case Western Reserve University
Monographs, Periodicals, Theses and Dissertations, Bibliographies, Discographies, Audio/Visuals, Encyclopedias and Dictionaries relating to hip hop culture. full record
Negro Spirituals by Negrospirituals.com
Songs, history, singers, and composers of African American spirituals. full record
Hip Hop and Education by Ithaca College WISE
List of web links and a bibliography related to teaching about hip-hop music and culture. full record
Understanding Music in Relation to History and Culture by National Association for Music Education
Lesson plan on understanding music in relation to history and culture: full record
Learning the Blues by Edsitement
Lesson plan (3 - 4 days) on the blues with accompanying resources and links full record
Martin Luther King Jr. Lesson Plan by National Association for Music Education
Lesson plans with some audio clips . Interdisciplinary connections with bibliography of resources; target age middle school full record
Off the Record: Exploring the Relationship between Popular Music and Society by New York Times, Bank Street College of Education
Lesson plan exploring popular music(i.e. hip hop) and U.S. popular culture. Journal and discussion questions as well as evaluation criteria for student work. full record
Rhythm Nation: Tracing Forms of Music through Developing Music Collection Exhibitions by New York Times, Bank Street College of Education
Lesson plan to guide students in creation of music museum exhibits. Explores history,development and social influences of various musical forms on culture. ... full record
Hip Hop Curriculum and Activity Guide by Art Sanctuary
Free curriculum and activity guide on hip-hop culture. full record
Hip-Hop Education Guidebook Volume 1 by Hip-Hop Association
The H2Ed Guidebook addresses the tenets of a critical Hip-Hop pedagogy, framing the issues of concern and strength within Hip-Hop culture by providing in-depth ... full record
Latino Cultures and Communities by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on Latino cultures and communities. full record
Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on race, gender, and graffiti. full record
Using Art, Film, and Literature to Explore Hispanic Identity by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on the arts, film, and literature and hispanic identity. full record
Using Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on art, literature, film, and black history. full record
Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on the Puerto Rican community in Connecticut. full record
African-American Art and Political Dissent during the Harlem Renaissance by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on African-American arts during the Harlem Renaissance. full record
Latin Culture Through Art and Literature by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on Latin art and culture. full record
I Have a Border in My Mind: The Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on the Puerto Rican arts and culture. full record
The Harlem Renaissance Births a Black Culture by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on the Harlem Renaissance. full record
Using Children's Literature and Art to Examine the African-American Resistance to Injustice by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on African-American resistance in children's art and literature. full record
Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation Resources for Teachers by Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
Curriculum guide provides strategies and background material for grades 3-12. Contains lessons, student worksheets, primary source documents from the National ... full record
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record by Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
The approximately 1,200 images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period of slavery. This ... full record
The Face of Slavery & Other Early Images of African Americans by American Museum of Photography
Photographs of early African Americans. full record
The Development of an African-American Musical Theatre 1865-1910 by Library of Congress
Timeline full record
The Photography of Chester Higgings, Jr.
Website dedicated to Chester Higgins' photographs. full record
The Spirituals Project by University of Denver
Comprehensive resource center on spirituals. Selected readings and discography, multimedia educational website with audio clips of music as well as interviews ... full record
The Winterton Collection of East African Photographs: 1860-1960 by Northwestern University
The collection depicts the Africa as experienced by Europeans, Images are a sample from the collection of Humphrey Winterton full record
Women Artists of the American West Past & Present by Purdue University
An Internet Course and Interdisciplinary Resource featuring the vital contributions that women have made to the art and history of the American West. full record