The Africans in America Web site is a production of WGBH Interactive.

Web Production Team

Senior Producer Ted Sicker
Senior Designer Julia Whitney
Resource Bank Writers Rick Groleau
Linda Mizell
Catherine Benedict
Project Coordinator
& Database Manager
Christina Ragazzi
Programming Daniel Bulli
Thom Shepard
Researcher Rachel Clark
Narrative Writers Patty Crotty
Meredith Woods
Dennis Gaffney
Assistant Designers Duane Cardinez
Jennifer Hackenberg
Brian Dellascio
Teacher's Guide Writer Linda Mizell
Teacher's Guide Editor Cyrisse Jaffe
Teacher's Guide Assistant Editor Amy Kittenplan-Hubbard
Business Manager Mary Mlodzinska
Africans in America series team researchers Catherine Benedict
Megan Gelstein
Africans in America series team reviewers Orlando Bagwell
Susan Bellows
Llewellyn Smith
Project Interns Daphne Dor-Ner
Sepeyeonkqua Myles

Content Scholars

David Blight Amherst College
Sylvia Frey Tulane University
Gary Nash University of California, Los Angeles
Peter Wood Duke University

Educational Advisors

Richard Kollen

Robert McBride

Laraine Morin

Sandra Stuppard

Source Credits

The Africans in America Web site is funded by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

The symbol used in the series logo, which means courage and perserverance, originated in West Africa.

Reproduced by permission of the Canadian Museum of Civilization from Tracing memory: A Glossary of Graphic Signs and Symbols in African Art and Culture, by Clementine M. Fiak-Nzuhi,
© Canadian Museum of Civilization 1996.

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