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Timeline of African-American history

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African-American topics

History (timeline)

Atlantic slave trade

African-American history

Slavery in the United States

History in agriculture

African-American business history

African-American military history

Jim Crow laws

Great Migration

Redlining

Second Great Migration

Black Power movement

Post–Civil Rights era

New Great Migration

Civil Rights Movement

1865–1896

1896–1954

1954–1968

Culture

Studies

Art

Business history

Black conductors

Black mecca

Black schools

Black colleges and universities

Juneteenth

Kwanzaa

Literature

Museums

Music

Neighborhoods

Religion

Black church

Black theology

Nation of Islam

Political movements

Afrocentrism

Black Power

Anarchism

Capitalism

Conservatism

Leftism

Nationalism

Populism

Black Panther Party

Garveyism

Pan-Africanism

Civic / economic groups

Rights organizations

National Association for the

Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

Southern Christian

Leadership Conference (SCLC)

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)

Student Nonviolent

Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

National Urban League (NUL)

Association for the Study of African

American Life and History (ASALH)

United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

National Black Chamber

of Commerce (NBCC)

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

TransAfrica Forum

Sports

Negro league baseball

Athletic associations and conferences

Central (CIAA)

Southern (SIAC)

Mid-Eastern (MEAC)

Southwestern (SWAC)

Ethnic subdivisions

Americo-Liberians

Black Indians

Black Southerners

Gullah

Igbo

Languages

English

American English

African American Vernacular English

Gullah

Louisiana Creole French

Diaspora

Nova Scotia

Liberia

Sierra Leone

France

Lists

African Americans

African-American firsts

First

Arts Facts

Conservative Amy Holmes Scorches Discriminatory 'Stop-And-Frisk'

Birthdays

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