According to their own statement, the Apartheid Museum in Ormonde, South Africa is the world's pre-eminent museum concerning the history of South Africa, especially the history of Apartheid. The website offers a lot of information on South African and Apartheid history, about exhibitions, other museums etc. Furthermore, you will find interesting educational material for teachers, with special units etc. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"AFROTAK TV cyberNomads were founded in 2001 as cyberNomads, a politically independent initiative for political development in the fields of education, media, and culture and 2007 ecology. (...) AFROTAK TV cyberNomads is a platform for perspectives of Black Germans, Afro Europeans and African Diaspora Germany to complement the perspective of white experts and to correct it where necessary to draw a more realistic image of our world and contribute to an even ecological sustainable future." ... [according to site editor’s information]
Website created by Colin Darch, Colin Darch, a documentalist and historian of Mozambique. The website offers a big collection of newspaper clippings about the contemporary history of Mozambique between about 1960 and 2002. Besides the newspaper articles, which also contain interviews, you will equally find photographs. The articles are sorted by topic (see table of contents). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Personal website of the retired German journalist Golf Dornseif. Dornseif has been working on material from the Library of the German Colonial Society based in Frankfurt/Main for years. His articles are mainly descriptive and less critical and he often quotes from orginal documents. Unfortunately, sometimes it is not quite clear whether a passage is a quotation (without quotation marks) or again the journalist's voice. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
In terms of an engagement for an anti-rassist and anti-colonial commemorative culture in Berlin-Brandenburg, Berlin-Postkolonial was founded in 2007. Its members try to stimulate a critcal discourse of the regional colonial history in their global dimensions and to broach the issue of present post-colonial and rassist thought patterns and societal structures. Berlin Postkolonial is therefore trying to cooperate with similar initiatives in the concerned areas and in Germany [according to the site editor's information]....
Global Black history aims to tell the untold inspiring stories of Africa and the African diaspora by taking a multi-dimensional afrocentric view of history and that gives voice to untold stories. There are different perspectives to every event in black history and the page offers one of them. It is the authors' belief that the Black Experience is not monolithic and in trying to understand the past, one gains knowledge of the present and charters the course of the future [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Africana Age is an American Website, created by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York. It provides essays, images and multimedia data about colonial Africa, the Decolonialisation process and African Diasporas for example in the USA [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica].
Mixed Race Studies is a website, collecting historical information as well as individual stories and information about cultural aspects of the coming together of people of different races especially in the USA, thereby also presenting chances and problems [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica].
Blog written by two initiatives against racisme about the court case concerning the death of Oury Jalloh (until december 2008). The asylum seeker from Sierra Leone burnt to death under unsettled circumstances in 2005 in a cell of a police station in the East German city of Dessau. The blog offers very detailed descriptions of each day in the court, a chronology of events and press releases. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The webiste gives information about the film "Oury Jalloh", a mixture of documentary and movie. The film is based on the real life of the asylum seeker Oury Jalloh from Sierra Leone who burnt to death under unsettled circumstances in 2005 in a cell of a police station in the East German city of Dessau. [editors ilissAfrica]