Our Mission

Inspiring the Young Minds of Our Future

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Our goal

Curriculum Reform, Giving Youth a Guided Voice

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Our Method

Teacher Preparation, Technology, Youth Programs

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Today's Stories

Today's History

The 1943 Detroit Race Riot Occurs
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Nannie Mae Johnson, Educator born.
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Wilbanks K. Smith, Collegiate Football Player born
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Charles Chapman, Educator born
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Our Teacher’s Forum® subscription service features culturally relevant curriculum that enhances all subjects, a 24/7 accessible online video tutorial, lesson plans, discussion board, coaching for groups, safe distance options, data tracking and more.

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

They call me the howlin' wolf now, and you found me howlin' at your door They call me the howlin' wolf now, baby, and you know you found me howlin'...
HOWLIN’ FOR MY BABY by Howlin’ Wolf

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There are many ways in which you can support The African American Registry®. We help everyone become more productive citizens through our diverse education services and youth programs. Benefactors can be foundations or individuals. All contributions are 100% tax deductible

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Join Our Street Team

Youth Programs at the Registry are designed to give youth a guided voice. We call them "Street Teams" and we currently have two. They work with youth between ages 8 thru 18 connecting them with other races and elders in their community and preserve their experiences. We also challenge youth to do research with our content and align their choices with their birthday, an episode, person or location.

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