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We have assembled below links to various journal, magazine, and newspaper articles and encyclopedic reference works about compiled since its launch on February 1, 2007. They are listed in order of appearance with the most recent at the top of the list.

Encyclopedia, Library, and Website Resources: Review of, July 2012 on HistoryLink on Wikipedia, 2011
“Hybrid Print and Electronic Resources 2009,” Best of Reference, New York Library Association Reference and Adult Services Section

“Ethnic and Multicultural Resources,” Library of Congress Internet Resources, n.d.

Journals and Magazines:

African American History on the Web, Perspectives, the Newsletter of the University of Washington College of Arts and Sciences (March 2013) A Growing Resource on Black History, University of Washington Multicultural Center Newsletter (Spring 2010)

Barclay Key, “Website Review:, Remembered and Reclaimed, The Journal of American History (December 2009)

Elisabeth Grant, “–An Online Gateway to African American History, ” AHA Today, Publication of the American Historical Association, August 5, 2007

Carmelita N. Pickett, An Online Guide to African American History, Reference Reviews 21:8 (2007), pp. 47-48.
Eric Scigliano, “Back to the, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, August, 2007, p. 38

News Articles:

Jerry Large, “Knowledge Can Help Dispel Racial Myths,” Seattle Times, July 29, 2015 
Peter Kelley, “UW Historian Quintard Taylor’s Website Honored by NEA, UW Today, July 24, 2015 
“Online Exhibits Make The World A Museum,” USA Today Black History Month Special Edition, February 2014”
Jerry Large, “We Can All Celebration Juneteenth,” Seattle Times, June 17, 2012
Jerry Large, “Succeeding Outside the Boxes,” Seattle Times, February 26, 2012
Jerry Large, “UW History Professor’s Black-History Idea Clicks,” Seattle Times, February 2, 2011
Lindsay Larin, “A Black and White Connection Through Common Ancestry,” Bellevue Reporter, November 13, 2008