About Us

Black Heritage Review, which began as Resources 2000, has dedicated more than two decades to researching and recording Black history, with emphasis on Black colleges. To date we have published five editions of the Black College Sports Encyclopedia. This is the first book to chronicle the statistical history of HBCU sports. The information used was taken from our sports library that consists of more than 1,500 books, media guides, and news and magazine articles. We also have more than 1,000 hard photos and roughly 17,000 digital photos of HBCU alumni, administrators, buildings, athletes and coaches. Using these and other resources, we hope to preserve as much of this valuable history as possible and make it available to coming generations.

All of this will support the HBCU Heritage Center, which is a museum that will house the history of HBCUs, their alumni and athletics. There will be exhibits for every HBCU, along with special exhibits that tell special stories in HBCU history.



Contact Information:
Black Heritage Review/R2K
916 Spellman Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28311




Black College Sports Encyclopedia - HBCU Football
$30 +$7.10 S&H

Fayetteville: Profiled in Black
(Two Volume Series)

each + $9.80 S&H
Black College Alumni - American Role Models ((Two Book Series) $20.00 each + $5.40 S&H
Livingstone Bear Tracks - Under the Maples and Oaks $30.00 + 7.10 S&H
Coach Brownlee & The Pantherettes
Pride of Claflin University
$30.00 + 7.10 S&H

The Legacy Editions are books that serve as history books and fundraisers for the featured institutions. Each book is designed around the athletic history of the institution,

HBCU Alumni Book Reading List
Book Author
Chappie James: America’s First 4-Star General Chappie James
America’s First Black General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr.
From Slavery to Freedom Dr. John Hope Franklin
Up From Slavery Booker T. Washington
Mirror to America Dr. John Hope Franklin
Before the Mayflower Lerone Bennett
They Call Me “Big House” Clarence E “Big House” Gaines
Never Before-Never Again Eddie Robinson
Only the Pure in Heart Survive Ed Temple