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AAPCI– A New York City-based 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization committed to addressing issues of homelessness (domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, housing shortage, and unemployment) within the communities in which we live and serve.
African American – Black History Facts Calendar — “ON THIS DATE IN BLACK HISTORY: A CALENDAR OF EVENTS.” This free, daily Black History Facts Calendar contains over 2,000 entries highlighting Black events.
Affrodite.net – Current Events, Black Culture, Activisim
Afrosugar – Beautiful Women of Color from Around The World.
BlackGivesBack – A Blog Dedicated to Philanthropy in the Black Community.
Brownstown Blog – Empowering every girl to tell HER STORY, embrace HER JOURNEY, and claim HER LEGACY. It is designed to represent the voices of young African-American girls between the ages of 13 and 19.
Salons Online Black and European Hair Salon Jobs
Black Hair Salons Hampton Roads, VA – A website with a detailed listing of hair salons that specialize in black hair care.
Black Youth Project – Exploring the attitudes, actions, and decisionmaking of Black Youth by including their lives, ideas and voices.
Brown Baby Reads– An African American children’s online book club. Celebrating and encouraging reading for African American children.
Diversity Girls Club – A summer enrichment club for elementary and pre-teen girls located in Hampton, VA.
Emily Rose at Home – Dress My Doll-Clothes for Your 18″ Doll
Ebony Moms on the Move – Ebony Moms O.T.M. is a site where parents of African American children can meet-up and take their kids to events taking place in Southern California.
Jack and Jill Politics – Provides a middle class African-American perspective on U.S. politics and to ameliorate the portrayal of African-Americans in the media.
Kiarablu – Offering unique Afrocentric embroidered adindra apparel.
Marion Renee– Wearable Art
Mya’s Place – UNIQUE, QUALITY African American children’s products! We carry party supplies, books, games, dolls, journals, and bubble bath!
Ms. Tiffany’s Dance – Birmingham, Alabama
Free tips on how to manage and style Nappy Hair and Curly Hair at home. Step-by-step hairstyling instructions, product reviews, homemade hair recipes and more!
Spirit of Woman Unlimited – Inspiring, Informing, and Uplifting!
The “T” Boys – Black twin brothers, seniors at Bethel High School in Hampton Virginia, trying to make their mark in track & field.