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Race and Ethnicity

Tolerance.org (The Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL)
This site includes directories for: top stories; tolerance watch, do something, and how tolerant are you? A resource for identifying the extent of intolerance in the U.S. 

Test for Hidden Bias (Tolerance.org, The Southern Poverty Law Center)
These online bias tests (or inventories) are based on scholarly research, although they don't satisfy the strict criteria used for standardized inventories. Link to bias inventories for: race and ethnicity, age, skin color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, body image, etc.

U.S. Hate Groups (Tolerance.org, The Southern Poverty Law Center)
A clickable map, which identifies hate groups that hold beliefs and engage in practices that denigrate individuals based on their ascribed characteristics and perceived or actual membership in a racial and/or ethnic group.

Cal Poly Pomona Asian name pronunciation guide (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)
Pronunciation guide for: Cambodian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) Filipino, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, and Malaysian names.

Hmong--Language, Names, and Culture (Mark Thompson, Saturn School, St. Paul, MN)
Access dictionaries for Hmong-to-English, and English-to-Hmong. A pronunciation option is available for words and phrases via Windows Medial Player (or other media players). 

WWW Hmong Homepage (Craig Rice and Robin Vue-Benson)
An ongoing project since 1994 to collect and organize Web-based resources related to Hmong news, current events, culture, history, publications, and organizations. This is an Asian Studies Associate Site, WWW Virtual Library.

The Internet Black Pages (Interact, Inc., Washington, DC)
The Internet Black Pages lists African American businesses, churches, schools, organizations and events in Black communities around the world. Links are provided to other African American Web sites that provide educational, cultural, business, entertainment, and social information.

Social and Cultural Foundations (Graduate Students' Site, Department of Counselor Education, UW Oshkosh, 1998)
Summary information and selected links related to groups that are the focus of study in Social and Cultural Foundations, a mandatory course within accredited curricula for professional counselors.

Race Relations

NAACP.org (Baltimore, MD)
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP): organization's history, programs, issue alerts, and other information related to the status and advocacy for African Americans, other people of color, and the economically disadvantaged.

Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Noted as the World's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism, the ADL provides: general information; press releases; ADL report summaries; human relations materials, and a search option.

Southern Poverty Law Center-SPLC (Montgomery, AL)
The SPLC is a nonprofit organization that combats hate, intolerance, and discrimination through education and litigation. Major sections on this site include: what's new; law center information; legal action; Klanwatch and militia tasks force; and teaching tolerance. A valuable site for information related to hate, discrimination, and violence from those who perceive to be marginalized by laws, policies, and enterprise activities that favor racially underrepresented groups.

Multicultural Pavilion (EdChange.org and Paul C. Gorski)
This site's resources include information for teachers, students, and activists. Its directories include highlights, research, dialogues, awareness activities, and others. The directory, Multicultural Paths--Other Sites, provides an excellent list of additional resources.

Multicultural Supersite (Paul Gorski and McGraw-Hill Higher Education)
Public access and commercial resources are available for visitors to review or purchase.

The Bahá’í Faith (Bahá’í International Community)
A multilingual Web site, which include the following directories: About the Bahá’í Faith; Selected Writings; Worldwide Community; Bahá’í World News Service; Bahá’í Media Bank; and Other Bahá’í Sites.

 
 
 
 

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