Book Nook is from Ontario, Canada, and is made up of reviews of books by students, great book suggestions for kids, and has some info. for Publishers. It also contains some great links.
Larry Kedigh's Home Page
A page created at Wichita's Pleasant Valley Middle School, Larry works as a science and math teacher for Migrant ESL Students. It has some great links, especially for ESL teachers, and is a great source for teachers interested in making their own pages. He will include info. on his progress with a grant he has to work with migrant students.
Vose has some great educational links, and is also a good source for educators interested in creating their own pages.
A huge resource for educators. A great place to gain information, and a good place for students to get information as well. You may get lost!
This is a great and useful page for teachers! It's goals are: To provide basic teaching tips to inexperienced teachers; ideas that can be immediately implemented into the classroom. To provide new ideas in teaching methodologies for all teachers. To provide a forum for experienced teachers to share their expertise and tips with colleagues around the world. Check it out.
Another page we had a part in. Specifically about e-zines and journals for literature. There are sections for teachers as well as students. Includes sites where students can submit.
The Write Page for Genre
All the books that are fun to read! The WritePage is an on-line newsletter with information about books for readers and about writing for writers of genre fiction.
Bosphorus Books publishes and imports multicultural titles. They deal mostly with the arts and cultures of the Mideast and Eastern Mediterranean. They offer books on gastronomy, the arts, and travel.
An exceptional page that contains many excellent articles, links, and information. A must for educators, and a wonderful resource.
Rainbow Walker Music
A real treasure. Arlie Neskahi and his wife Joan Toggenburger put together this idea after Arlie noticed a lack of Native American music sites on the web. He also saw the opportunity to share his knowledge, experience and creation of Native Music with the world. Great information and some fantastic Native American and Aboriginal links.
BookLink is an ESL/Multicultural book clearinghouse. You can order books from them on many, many topics. A good source for educators.
Publishing and Education Council
The Multicultural Publishing and Education Council (MPEC) is a national networking and support organization for independent publishers of multicultural books and materials. A fabulously useful link for educators and for those who want to know what multicultural literature is and how to get it.
The Afriam Webnet
"The Aframian WebNet is a unique centralized repository of afrocentric links that serves as a cyberspace launching pad to the numerous sites on the World Wide Web that are by, about and/or of interest to African Americans. " This is a great page, and linked to it is the useful and quite excellent "Virtually Afrocentric" page. A good place to learn more about African American resources on the Web.
Multicultural Pavilion at UVA
The Pavilion's mission is stated as a place to "provide a resource for educators interested in Multicultural Issues. The Pavilion will offer reviews of literature about issues such as sexism, racism, heterosexism, ageism, ablism, etc. We will also provide links to other Multicultural Sites of interest. " This site has been created by graduate members of the education school at UVA, and is useful for both educators and those concerned with a myriad of multicultural issues.
Justus, Inc. African American
JUSTUS Book store has the largest selection of African American books on-line, with a large selection of African American Books for Children and the General Public. As they say, "We specialize in giving you the convience of shoping from your desktop at a low price."
In Motion Magazine
A multicultural, English / Spanish, online publication which promotes grassroots organizing and art for social change among communities of color and working people.
AM DataEthnic Studio
A.M.DATA has developed a Multicultural computer software on CD-ROM. A.M.DATA is being utilized by teachers, students, and parents alike. It fills the void for more indepth, culturally un-biased, and diverse computer software.
New World Order
The press is dedicated to the idea that any "New World Order" will be one which will be based on high principles and the unity of the human family, as oppossed to a politically engineered "New World Order."
This is the page of the Multicultural Centre of Botkyrka, Stockholm, Sweden. Since 1987, the Multicultural Centre has been building up a centre of knowledge on multicultural communities, their history, their present, and their future. In doing so, we help to contribute to the promotion of successful cultural encounters and to overcome hostility towards foreigners.
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From them "This intro to the Internet was designed by public broadcaster WMHT for teachers at Troy City School 14, located in the Capital Region of New York State. But these trails are public roads, open to all K-5 educators who are new to the 'Net.
Native American Resources
It's a 300-page site running on the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Tribal College server. Access to announcements, What's New, Main Menu, Editorials.
Native American Books
Book reviews from Native perspectives. Children, Middle School, YA, and Adult-reading level. Art and Reference sections. Audio-visual and Computer. There are quite a few big multi-page special interest sections. Native-centered Science is found in an Aboriginal Astronomy section; Environmental issues for a unit of study in First Nations Forests and Waters, and Foods, Ethnobotany, Health in a very large "Traditional Native Foods, Health, Nutrition, and Plants" section.
in Trier, Germany
A new multicultural related web-site. It's still under construction and at the moment only in german available.
Multicultural Writer's Group
Check this site out if you are interested in writing or meeting authors.
Red & Black Books
One fo the best boo stores around!! Red & Black Books Collective is a not-for-profit progressive bookstore serving Seattle's communities since 1973. Some of the collective members are paid; most are volunteer. We exist to provide an outlet for voices the mainstream ignores or misrepresents, and are proud to be one of the oldest living collective bookstores in the country.
in the Language Classroom
Multicultural Awareness in the Language Classroom encourages analytical and imaginative participation of individual teachers and students in the learning process and offers a structured set of alternatives through which to explore a wide range of classroom materials, including role-playing improvisations.
Great Site! Contains a series of critical essays on México. Ante las repetidas crisis que hemos sufrido desde hace veinticinco años, resulta ya un lugar común decir que México necesita cambiar sus estructuras políticas, económicas y sociales. Lo que no está muy claro es con qué vamos a reemplazarlas, pues no tenemos un proyecto de nación para reemplazar al actual. Desafortunadamente esto no es algo nuevo. Nuff said.
Renowned photographer Ben Marra
Our forthcoming book, POWWOW...Images Along the Red Road, published by Abrams in September contains 105 color photographs and texts by individual dancers. Renowned photographer Ben Marra has spent many years documenting the contemporary Native American Powwow and the colorful regalia worn by tribal members. Marra's camera captures the authentic pride and spirituality of today's Native Americans. His work has been featured in numerous galleries, national magazines, and was recently included in the Handbook of North American Indians, published by the Smithsonian.
Cybrary of the Holocaust
"In the Cybrary, we have sections devoted to Books By Survivors, Art Poetry by sixth grade students, Children of Survivors, and much more. Students can communicate directly with a Holocaust survivor, with a child of a survivor (me) and with a liberator. We have a teachers guide accessible from our Home Page under Facts, Witnesses and Historical Perspectives and Study. There is also an education section."
"The goal of Islamic Horizons is to provide information about the religion of Islam. Despite the fact that one fifth of the world's population are followers of Islam, the religion remains the most misunderstood one there is today."
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