Africana.com - (http://www.africana.com)
Africana.com is a celebration of African culture that brings together news and commentary from Africa, the Americas, and around the world about the lives, experiences, and needs of black people. For articles, news reports, and links pertaining specifically to women, type "women" in the "Site Search" option on the main page.
Women of Color Resource Center - (http://www.coloredgirls.org)
This site contains links to the WCRC current projects, information on the Sister to Sister ("s2s") newsletter (with some online issues), ordering information on the "National Directory of Women of Color Organizations and Projects" where you can also browse the indexes.
King Papers - (http://www.stanford.edu/group/King)
The Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University has amasssed a huge collection of the civil rights leader's letters, speeches, sermons, published writings and other documents. Material available online ranges from King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech to more obscure documents such as childhood letters he wrote to his parents. After browsing through this site you'll leave with a deeper understanding of what made him tick.