the real Buffalo Soldiers

Links to Western New York (WNY) State contributions

to the World Wide Web by or about African Americans (AA)

Click for Buffalo, New York Forecast




Unversity at Buffalo Minority Faculty and Staff Association

Frank Dobson -

Makau wa Mutua - UB law professor from Tanzania - photo article on Matua

Judith Scales-Trent - law professor, poetess, and author of Notes on a White-Black Woman - photo article on Scales-Trent

David Banks - UB expert on Malaysia

Black Buffalo - an article about Blacks in Buffalo by Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.

World Reknown Pianist, Dr. Paul Shaw at UB's 1999 Juneteenth Celebration

African American Studies at UB: years of Social Change

the Art of Jazz: ex-Buffalonian Shiela Anderson has TV and Radio show in NYC -. Comes back to do the 1999 Pine Grill Reunion

Black Student Union at UB

Listen to your Aunt Cindy on the radio, any friend if Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa is a friend of mine.

African American Studies at UB

African American History in Western New York from 1770

National Society of Black Engineers at UB

Cora P. Maloney College, minority living and achievement experience at UB - 1998-99 efforts

Frank Dobson -

Muriel Moore, President of Buffalo State College

articles on U of R's Frederick Douglass Institute
Douglass Institute and African American studies at University of Rochester
debate on future of the institute
race discussions

Lucille (Sayles) Clifton: the famous poet who was raised in Buffalo area

Ishmael Reed: the famous author raised in Buffalo

About Austin Steward (1793-1860), a key ex-slave in Rochester's early history.
Electronic version of Austin Steward's classic book 20 Years a Slave and 40 years a Freeman

UB's efforts to recruit minorities in Engineering 1, 2, 3, 4

Coombs' History of African Americans in Rochester

MUSE Inc., African Dancing and Drumming for kids

The Circle Brotherhood Association (an African American organization)

African and Caribbean Cultural Club at U of R

Jim Pappas' Exhibitions

Glo's Front Do'

Sociologist works (in Buffalo) for solution to Nigeria crisis

y. g-m. lulat (UB professor provides information to the world)

Rochester lawyers Wilma Elizabeth Beaty and Kendall Tyre

honored Black law professors at UB, Judy Scales-Trent and Makau

David Banks, anthropologist

Warren Barbour, anthropologist

Muslim Student Association of UB

Rochester school43 Black History page

Henry Taylor, director of Center for Urban Studies (UB)

Equal Treatment means Equal Survival for African Americans with Prostate Cancer

Lifetime Lessons of UB Math Professor

Underground Railroad in Rochester New York by the University of Rochester History Department.

Frederick Douglass, Abolitionist/Editor by the University of Rochester History Department.

African American Genealogy seminar in Rochester

Wade in the Water at UB

Success for Black teen boys

City Honors page on Toni Morrison visit to UB

United Black Issues Home Page

The Compleat Scott Williams

Glo's Fat African American Library (books & links to authors)

Resources in African-American Studies at The University of Rochester Library

Bonvibre's African American Phat Poetry Book

Big Mouff page: Buffalonian makes webpages about famous African American Writers: Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Rita Dove, Samuel Delany, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Jean Toomer, Gwendolyn Brooks, and more...

Mathematicians of the African Diaspora

AFRICAN AMERICAN SITE LIST, links to sites of concern to African Americans everywhere


Equal Treatment means Equal Survival for African Americans with Prostate Cancer


Buffalo CITY1 : CITY2 : METRO

Rochester Metro :

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HISTORY LINKS on African Americans in Western New York

Web pages ABOUT African Americans in Western New York

WNY African American Businesses

Personal Webpages of African Americans in Western New York

Other WNY African American Links

Web pages by, but not about, AAs in WNY

Who came to Western New York and what did they say?

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