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Homeschooling - Multicultural Resources
A Critical Bibliography on North American Indians, for K-12 (Smithsonian Institution)
Multicultural Lesson Plans (Awesome Library)
Beyond Black History Month: The African American Studies Toolkit for Grades 6-12 (Gerri Gribi, Creative Folk)
African Resources for the Classroom (Penn State Univ.)
Black History Hotlist (Franklin Institute)
Faces of Science: African-Americans in the Sciences (Princeton Univ.)
Women's History Hotlist (Franklin Institute)
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Resources are ranked within each topic; the first listed is the most useful and the last the least useful, in my opinion. This is based on depth and breadth of content, quality of links, ease of use, organisational structure, and general appearance.
A resource ranked last may be a great resource for a limited audience, or it may be an OK resource that's meant for a large audience. I have not listed resources I found to be anything but great or good, except for national organisations. Suggestions are always welcomed.