Resources: Websites

S.H.A.R.E. websites

This is an extensive list of SHARE recommended websites. Due to the nature of on-line resources like this, some links may become inactive or broken over time. Please let us know of any broken or inactive links so we can repair them or provide alternative resources for your research.


Racial Equity, Healing & Anti-Racism


Coming to the Table

Race – Are We So Different?

Racial Equity Resource Guide

Race Forward

PBS: Race Matters

Race, Racism and the Law

WMU – Humanities

History: Local


Africans in America

American Slavery; Stories of Plantation Life

“Cass County and the Underground Railroad – The Kentucky Raid”

History of the American Slave Trade

The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

Traces of the Trade; A Story of the Deep North


History: National Organizations


Association for the Study of African American Life and History

Black History Resource

History of the American Slave Trade


Panacea Corps


Museuems, Archives & Collections


Black Archives of Mid-America

The Jim Crow Museum

Library of Congress African American Odyssey Exhibition

Listing of Michigan Black History Historical Markers

National Archives

National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

Thurgood Marshall Law Library


Conferences & Workshops

2016 Annual Conference of the Association
for African American Life and History

Wednesday, October 5 through Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the Richmond Marriott in Richmond, Virginia.

The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond (PISAB)


Guides & Tool Kits

A Discussion Guide To Race Manners for the 21st Century

This guide, prepared by Race Manners author Bruce A. Jacobs, is designed to spur  people to think and talk more openly about the ideas raised in the book. It helps users  to confront issues of race that most people want to avoid. It contains a section on how  18 to use the guide, and a series of provocative questions in chapters entitled “Out In the  Open,” “Matters of Opinion,” “Identity” and “Just Between Us.”

Racial Equity Tools

Responding to Hate: A Product of the American Islamic Congress

This is a brief guide that offers guidance on hate speech, the kind that is directed against  Muslims and the kind that is spoken by Muslims. It defines hate speech, describes the  contexts in which it is encountered, and both how to identify and how to respond to it.