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Mt. San Jacinto College
Martin Luther King Contest
Meeting Agendas and Minutes
African Studies WWW
This Web site is supported by the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania, Prof. Tukufu Zuberi, Director.
American Association of University Women
The American Association of University Women is a national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls.
The American Institute for Managing Diversity
AIMD is the Institute for Managing Diversity.
The Asian/American Center
The Center seeks knowledge that is rooted in local community experience. It also emphasizes an interdisciplinary cultural studies approach in which anthropologists, community activists, historians, social workers, critics, writers, filmmakers, psychologists, and others can come together in a supportive and stimulating intellectual environment, through a range of public programs.
Welcome to the Asia Society's AskAsia, an exciting, informative on-line source K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. Through the Internet, AskAsia offers easy, 24-hour access to high-quality, classroom-tested resources and cultural information, engaging games and activities, and links to relevant people, places, and institutions.
A north American native authors catalogue.
Books on Images & Stereotypes of Native Americans
Books Documenting the History of Native American Literature.
The nation's only news magazine dedicated exclusively to minority issues in higher education.
Center for African American Studies
The UCLA Center for African American Studies Homepage.
CENTER FOR MULTILINGUAL MULTICULTURAL RESEARCH
The Center is an organized research unit at the University of Southern California, facilitating the research collaboration, dissemination and professional development activities of faculty, students, and others across School of Education, university and outside organizational lines.
Center for Research on Women
Interdisciplinary communities of scholars are engaged in research, programs and publications which examine the lives of women, men and children in a changing world. Center research generates the basic knowledge necessary to shape public policy and promote positive social and institutional change.
Chinese Historical and Cultural Project
The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project (CHCP) is based in Santa Clara County, California. It was founded in 1987 as a non-profit organization to promote and preserve Chinese American and Chinese history and culture through community outreach activities.
Chinese Historical & Cultural Project Curriculum
The GOLDEN LEGACY curriculum is designed for the third, fourth, and fifth grades, as a complement to the California State Social Studies Framework.
The Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
The Chinese Historical Society of Southern California was founded in 1975 to discover and recognize our pioneers and their history. We aim to increase awareness of Chinese American heritage through public programs, education and research.
Native American colleges have been called "under-funded miracles" and "economic lifelines" for U.S. Indian reservations. There are 30 tribal colleges--all founded by Indians to fight high rates of poverty, educational failure and cultural loss.
Cornucopia of Disability Information
CODI serves as a community resource for consumers and professionals by providing disability information in a wide variety of areas. Areas include education, directories and databases, statistics, government documents, computer access, legal, publications.
Department of Multicultural Services
Check inside for information on services that are provided on campus at Texas A&M.
Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology
Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology is a magazine that covers technical and career issues of interest to engineers and information technology professionals who are part of the growing diverse technical workforce.
The Education Alliance for Equity and Excellence
The Education Alliance for Equity and Excellence in the Nation's Schools is an organization based at Brown University that responds to the needs of diverse student populations in the public schools. Believing that language, culture, and diversity are fundamental to the success of educational reform, the Alliance creates partnerships with educators, policy-makers, researchers, and business and community agencies to promote: Advocacy at the national and local level.
Ethnic Studies Web Site
Created in 1995 by librarian Dennis Thomison, the Ethnic Studies web site is maintained by the Doheny Reference Center at the University of Southern California to provide access to research resources.
Feminism and Nonviolence Studies
An Interdisciplinary Journal Published by the Feminism and Nonviolence Studies Association, Inc.
Feminist Theory Website
The Feminist Theory Website provides research materials and information for students, activists, and scholars interested in women's conditions and struggles around the world.
Here you will find links to books, magazines, e-zines, poetry, bibliographies, short fiction and shopping of interest to the gay, lesbian and bisexual community.
The WWW Hmong Homepage
The WWW Hmong Homepage is a collection of resources relating to Hmong history, culture, language, and current events. This site is an official Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library Associate site.
IGLSS leads the way in research and analysis on questions important to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans. IGLSS is a national independent public policy think tank.
The Museum will provide California Indians with a world class museum facility in which to portray California Indian history and culture from their own perspective. In addition, the museum will showcase and encourage the present-day renaissance of California Indian culture, affirming its survival and continued vitality in the face of extreme adversity.
The mission of your Inter-Cultural Center (I.C.C.) is to support the retention and graduation of all ethnically diverse students by identifying and supporting personal academic, career, cultural and educational development opportunities.
Japanese American National Museum
"The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to make known the Japanese American experience as an integral part of our nation's heritage in rder to improve understanding and appreciation for America's ethnic and cultural diversity."
Latin American Network Information Center
University of Texas - Latin American Network Information Center. The objective of LANIC is to provide Latin American users with access to academic databases nd information services throughout the Internet world, and to provide Latin Americans around the world with access to information on and from Latin America.
Latin American Studies Institutions
A resource for institutions with Latin American studies courses.
Lenni Lenape Museum
Dedicated to educating the public about the history, society and contributions of the Lenni Lenape people, erasing negative stereotypes of Native American Peoples, and promoting ecological understanding.
LO*OP Center, Inc.
The Learning Options Center A California Nonprofit Educational Corporation 501(c)(3) providing Educational Services in intercultural communication and appropriate technology to businesses, government, educational organizations, community groups and to individuals.
Where youths, ages 11-18, and staff from around the world, meet and determine directions for their future.
Minnesota Cultural Diversity Center
MCDC acts as a catalyst for individuals, corporations, and community, non-profit, government and educational organizations by providing networking, referral services, educational activities, and promoting the value of cultural diversity.
Multicultural Pavilion: An interactive educational internet project.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts
The website for The National Museum of Women in the Arts.
National Women's History Project
"History looks different when the contributions of women are included."
-the National Women's History Project
Michigan State University Press
Native American Series
Neutral Fact Finding/Investigations
The goal of an independent investigation is to determine whether there has been inappropriate conduct, and if so, taking preventive measures to avoid a repetition of that behavior.
OzLit's list of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers.
Research Resources, Multicultural Education Pathfinder
This guide will attempt to provide an overview of resources germane to multicultural education and to some extent will mirror the breadth of the subject through the inclusion of materials bearing on various aspects of cultural, racial/ethnic, social, linguistic, and sexual difference and identity.
RESOURCES BY AND ABOUT INTERRACIAL & MULTI-CULTURAL PEOPLE
This bibliography represents a fraction of literature on and relating to interracial and multicultural people.
A resource for notable women ancestors.
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
A resource for up and coming Chicano and native Americans interested in the field of science.
Spinsters Ink publishes novels and non-fiction works that deal with significant issues in women's lives from a feminist perspective.
Spirit Talk Press
Spirit Talk Press is a source for books by and about Indians. . . . and all things by and about Indians. It is especially the host site for information about the Blackfoot. Spirit Talk Press is located in the heart of Blackfeet Nation.
SUNY Stony Brook
Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action SUNY Stony Brook.
UC Berkley African American Video Resource
The permanent collection of the Center comprises materials in a wide range of subject fields, with emphasis on titles which have interdisciplinary interest. The Center also owns a very large collection of historical film footage in videodisc format--The Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century.
UC Berkeley Indigenous Video Library
Video collection of Indigenous Peoples of North and Central America, Native Americans.
Women in Computer Science
WICS is an organization for all women in Computer Science at Stanford University. We maintain a mailing list for communication among ourselves and among women affiliated with the department in various ways.
Here you can link to most women's studies programs in the U.S. Keep in mind - only those programs with web sites will be listed.
Women in Technology International
A woman in Technology International is a rapidly growing association of more than 6,000 members, 95% of whom are professional women working in technology organizations.