The Journal of African American History (JAAH), formerly The Journal of Negro History, was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in January 1916. Since that time the JAAH has become the leading scholarly publication on African American life and history. Now in its 100th volume, the JAAH publishes original scholarly articles on all aspects of the African American experience
The Black History Bulletin is dedicated to enhancing teaching and learning in the areas of history. Its aim is to publish, generate, and disseminate peer-reviewed information about African Americans in U. S. history, the African Diaspora generally, and the peoples of Africa. Its purpose is to inform the knowledge base for the professional praxis of secondary educators through articles that are grounded in theory, yet supported by practice. The Black History Bulletin welcomes articles on all aspects of Black history, especially those written with a focus on:
(1) middle school U.S. history; (2) high school U.S. history; (3) teacher preparation U.S. history methods.
Fire!!! is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that uses the interactive capabilities of digital media technologies to expand knowledge by publishing articles that reshape and redefine Black Studies. The goal is to attract scholars from the arts, social sciences, and humanities whose research incorporates audio and/or visual evidence to substantiate or challenge scholarly theories and interpretations of Black life, culture, and history. Scholars in other disciplines who address issues related to Black experiences are also encouraged to submit their research for review.