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These are family oriented sites that contain nothing negative about another race or culture. The sites have links or information about the owners' culture or another culture.

 

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   CONTEMPORA - A Magazine of Southern Living Preview Go
Comtempora, a bi-monthly of southern living, for African-American executives and professionals, focussing on political issues, business, entrepreneurs, family achievement, youth, health and education.
   Native Art Network Preview Go
Native Art Network. Featuring the best of Native American Fine Art from the artists themselves. We provide a professional internet presence for Native American artists while educating visitors about the people, culture and art of the North American Tribes.
   Laurenz Bobke - homepage Preview Go
My homepage is dedicated to the beauty of the various cultures of the world: many photo galleries, culturally oriented webrings, and online discussion forums.


   Lyric's Crib Preview Go
Lyric's Crib is a lyrical hang-out where you can find original pieces which include poetry, music, songs, and short stories all with a Coco-kinda flow.
   St. Helena Island Home of The Mende People Preview Go
Slavery began in Jamestown, Virginia a English Colony in 1619. Slavery in what is known as America began in a Spanish possession Santa Elena, South Carolina in 1526. The slaves were liberated in November of 1861. The Emancipation Proclamation freeing all slaves was read in January of 1862 on Port Royal Island, South Carolina. Get all the facts, read this page.






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