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From the authors that brought you 'The African American Resource Guide to the Internet and Online Services' - the first book tailored to the African American online experience - comes a new web guide filled with vetted cultural and societal resources along with history, politics, education, and employment references.The web is wide and it can often be difficult to find exactly what you need solely through search engines. AFROCyberspace is more than just an internet guide to over 1000 of the best Black Web sites online. It is a resource of Internet destinations not easily found by popularity or ranking on search engines. This book can help simplify searching the Web for specific African or African American content.
Purchase of the book allows full access to a companion website and social network that includes tools, tips, research and free e-zine subscriptions pertaining to some of the best African and African American content available.
Step inside AfroCyberspace to find out: Is there really a Digital Divide ? What Black Hebrew Israelite congregation (the oldest in the United States) that follows the tenets of Judaism started in 1896 is still going strong worldwide? What is commonly called the Miracle Tree of Africa?
What talented visual artist was the subject of the PBS documentary Brotherman ?
Where can you find out more about African American philanthropy?
What is the organization that is devoted to developing Black writers in the entertainment industry?
Who is the Infidel Guy ?
Where the real Black Super Heroes are.
The gathering places for people of color who love and create stories of bscience fiction, fantasy and horror. Where African language courses are taught on and offline.
What is the African nation with the smallest population?
Who were the Black Panthers with the motto Come Out Fighting ?
About slave rebellions other than Nat Turners.
What is Bobby Seale up to now?
More answers to the continuation of OurStory.
Consider AfroCyberspace as a cyber road to expanding Enlightenment
Visit AfroCyberspace.com for URL/site updates, news, and new online destinations.
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Stafford Levon Battle, writer, blogger, webmaster, father and husband offers an alternative view to our complex, modern world through his commentary, fiction, nonfiction, vblogs and other presentations.Review:
Accolades for the authors for their fist internet guide:
"Battle and Harris are on-line activists, leaders of what might be called the civil rights movement in cyberspace."
Jube Shiver, Jr. Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
"Battle and Harris aren't just letting the guide speak for itself, they;re taking its message out into the community."
Don Oldenburg, Washington Post Staff Writer --Los Angeles Times & Washington Post
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Book Description 22nd Century Press, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0981826202