The Black Collegian
Published since 1970, the Black Collegian provides free access to the magazine and a number of useful resources for college and graduate students, such as articles on graduate schools, career outlooks and reports, and job search strategies. Along with browsing the Black Collegian archives (dating back to 1997), visitors may also elect to view articles organized by theme, such as global study programs, African-American issues, and extra- curriculars.
Founded in 1968 by Earl G. Graves, Sr., serves to seek out, analyze and disseminate information that is helpful to, and provides a forum for the ideas, ambitions and expressions of African American business people.
Ebony magazine was first published in November 1945. It is the No. 1 African-American magazine in the world. Ebony was founded nearly 60 years ago to offer new hope and positive images in a world that showed few positive images of African-Americans.
The preeminent lifestyle magazine for today’s African-American woman.
A multicultural publication promoting social change among communities of color and working people.
Network Journal: Black Professionals and Small Business
The magazine is “dedicated to educating and empowering Black professionals and small business owners.”
The official publication of the W.E.B Du Bois Institute at Harvard University.