Links to other sites with information about this history, discussions and curriculum on the subject of race, reconciliation and reparations

of LBL documentarites and interview excerpts

of interviews excerpted in LBL’s programs

Every Day Democracy/the Study Circles Resource Center
Archives of a public radio program about civil liberties and the constitution promotes the creation of communities valuing diversity while dismantling bigotry and hate.
An internationally known non-profit organization dedicated to combating hate, intolerance and racial inequity through education and litigation.
A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
An institute that emphasizes issues of race and social change through public policy, education and research.
Poverty & Race Research Action Council
United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries
Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights, including the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability
The Center for Deliberative Democracy

Teaching Tolerance, founded by the Southern Poverty Law Center, supports educators in promoting respect and appreciation for diversity.
Facing History and Ourselves helps students learn about racism, antisemitism, and prejudice so they can prevent it from happening in the future, through examining history and human behavior.
About Rosewood Florida, and the massacre of 1923
Teachers Against Prejudice
and interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Southern Culture, where “scholars and students investigate and document the South as a region of cultural, historical, geographic, and demographic complexity
The Center for the Study of the American South

Museums, Documentaries and Exhibits
Talking History: Aural History Productions, whose “mission is to provide teachers, students, researchers and the general public with as broad and outstanding a collection of audio documentaries, speeches, debates, oral histories, conference sessions, commentaries, archival audio sources, and other aural history resources as is available anywhere.”
Produces radio documentaries, series, and investigative reports for Minnesota Public Radio and the Internet
Dedicated to the importance of human life and the elimination of genocide.
Promotes and preserves the role of Chinese and Chinese American history, heritage and community in Southern California.
Photographic documentary by a Danish vagabond who journeys through the American underclass.
The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia
An online museum
A pathbreaking photographic exhibit which could not find a home, and book, about communal lynching as a part of U.S. culture.
A valuable website promoting a documentary film project of the late Gode Davis, about lynching in the United States
The Samuel Proctor Oral History program of the University of Florida:
An Institute of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi
The Southern Oral History Program, an outstanding resource at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Advocacy Organizations
Promotes racial justice and encourages civic participation on issues of race and democracy in the Southern United States.
A national magazine covering race, culture and organizing in the United States.
Valuing respect, honesty and integrity, the International Possibilities Unlimited (IPU) is also dedicated to networking people of African descent within the United States on behalf of social justice efforts and activism.
Institute for the Study of Academic Racism
The reparations support committee of Western Massachusetts
The Southern Regional Council, one of the nation’s oldest Civil Rights organizations, promoting racial justice, protecting democratic rights and broadening civic participation in the Southern United States.
The Regional Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation
Southern Truth and Reconciliation: STAR
The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation
Civil Rights and Restorative Justice

Conservative, Confederate and/or Contrarian
Founded in 2002 by a group of scholars in history, literature, philosophy, religion, and other disciplines who… were concerned that the Southern tradition is no longer taught in colleges and universities except as a function of the ideological needs of others.
“The citizen-soldiers who fought for the Confederacy personified the best qualities of America. The preservation of liberty and freedom was the motivating factor in the South’s decision to fight the Second American Revolution. Today, the Sons of Confederate Veterans is preserving the history and legacy of these heroes so that future generations can understand the motives that animated the Southern Cause.”
“Dedicated to Americans who are proud of their Confederate heritage.”
League of the South: “Servant Leadership, State Sovereignty and Southern Independence”
Southern National Congress – “An organization of volunteer Southern citizens whose objective is to effect the freedom and independence of the several Southern States and their people so that they may restore their historic traditions of self-government and ordered Christian Liberty.”

Any web search on “Ku Klux Klan” will turn up dozens of splinter group websites.