BlackPast.org is "an online reference center makes available a wealth of materials on African American history in one central location on the Internet." The African-American History Primary Document Page includes "a number of documents which have contributed to the shaping of African American history. These documents are a starting point for additional research and discussions that help further our understanding of the history of people of African ancestry in the United States."
Mapping Inequality is a collaborative digital history project created by scholars at the University of Richmond's Digital Scholarship Lab, Virginia Tech, and the University of Maryland in collaboration with historian Nathan Connolly. This project allows viewers to explore "redlining" maps from the federal government's Home Owner's Loan Corporation, a program created by the Franklin Roosevelt administration to provide loans for Americans to use to purchase homes. When the HOLC assessed the relative risk of providing loans for homes in a variety of neighborhoods, racism played a central role in the conception of "risk", allowing white homeowners to access loans that others were denied. This website contains more information about the HOLC along with HOLC maps for over 100 American cities.
"This information has been meticulously sourced from the three largest, most comprehensive and impartial crowdsourced databases on police killings in the country: FatalEncounters.org, the U.S. Police Shootings Database and KilledbyPolice.net. We've also done extensive original research to further improve the quality and completeness of the data; searching social media, obituaries, criminal records databases, police reports and other sources to identify the race of 91 percent of all victims in the database."
"We are a team of geographers, historians, digital humanists and community activists seeking to expose structural racism. We have led community members in the work of unearthing thousands of racial covenants that reserved land for the exclusive use of white people. This allowed us to build a map that shows how these racial restrictions were embedded in the physical landscape. We are expanding the geographic focus of our work to incorporate new communities."
From the University of Richmond's Digital Scholarship Lab: "Not Even Past presents maps for 200 cities. When you select one you will see two maps side by side. The one on the left will show the redlining map made by the Home Owners Loan Corporation during the 1930s...The map on the right shows the Center for Disease Control's Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) scores for census tracts today. The Social Vulnerability Index is widely used to assess a community’s capacity to prepare for, respond to, and recover from human and natural disasters."