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Black History Month - Magazines

American Lecacy: Celebrating African-American History and Culture
This periodical tells stories about places and people who have made important contributions and offers interesting but little-known facts from U.S. history.

American Visions: The Magazine of Afro-American Culture
This title covers African-American contributions to art, music and literature.

Black Enterprise
This magazine has covered African-American economic history since its founding in 1970. It deals with every aspect of black economic life from small-business development to black-owned industrial/service corporations.

The Journal of Negro History
Founded in 1916, this is still the leader among scholarly publications devoted to African-American history.

The New Crisis: Magazine of Opportunities and Ideas (formerly Crisis)
The official publication of the NAACP, this was founded in 1910 by legendary scholar W.E.B. DuBois.