BlackPast.org recommends the following blogs for your education and enjoyment.
Abagond This blog is described by its creators as "500 words a day on whatever I want."
About.com: African American History This blog sponsored by the New York Times, profiles African American history and has links to other interesting sites
AfriClassical This blog by William J. Zick focuses on the history of persons of African ancestry in Classical music.
Afro Netizen Social commentary by founder Christopher Rabb (and others) on contemporary issues affecting African Americans.
Ain't I A Feminist Legal Scholar Too? A blog on legal scholarship from a feminist perspective.
Blackademics This blog advertises itself as the online roundtable for young black thinkers.
Lisa Myers Bulmash This is a blog on mixed media art and artists.
Blogging While Brown This is a clearing house of dozens of black-oriented blogs.
Booker Rising Commentary by black conservatives and moderates by founder Shay Riley and others.
Clarence's Hollywood University of Washington Professor Clarence Spigner described the intersection of race and culture in Hollywood movies.
Discover Black Heritage Blog on travel and culture in African America, the Caribbean, and Africa.
The Black Jewish Experience Generally liberal social commentary along with questions of interest to black-Jewish relations.
The Daily Voice Commentary on social, political, and economic issues facing the black community by nearly fifty contributors.
The Grio: Black History MSNBC.COM-sponsored website on black history and popular culture.
The Root.com Henry Louis Gates-founded blog on black popular culture.
What About Our Daughters Unapologetic Defense of Black Women and Girls.
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