Information on art, books, cinema, music and news, with regional calendar and mailing list sign-up form.
National organization supporting this Middle Eastern minority group with formal origins starting in the 11th century. Contains background, constituents, sponsors, the online Heritage magazine, publications, news. Presentation of Druze communities and centers worldwide.
Department of State's Bureau of International Information Programs provides a large collection of resources on the country's history and current situation with regard to ethnic and racial diversity.
Works to educate, assist, and empower African, Hispanic, and Asian-Americans to achieve advancement in politics, business, at work, and society. Features news, a discussion group and contact information.
Provides community forums, relationship stories, event listings, articles, polls, ecards, of interest to African and Asian Americans.
Primary American organization registered to lobby Congress on Croatian issues. Features membership information, a newsletter, foreign press office, news, and contacts.
Organized and operated exclusively for cultural, educational, and scientific purposes to contribute to saving, promoting, and enriching the Amazigh (Berber) language and culture.
American branch of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (BVB) or Institute of Indian Culture. Promoting Indian culture, values and philosophy and enriching the Indian art forms, music, dance, drama, languages and literature.
Online archive of photos, oral history recordings, and texts related to Belgians in America, particularly the Walloon-speaking Belgian communities of northeastern Wisconsin and their history.