Linguist List: one of the largest sites with many links and with daily mailings to subscribers on topics of interest to linguists concerning jobs, book reviews, graduate and undergraduate programs, conference announcements, requests for information, and so on (www.linguistlist.org)
Linguistic Society of America: truly the international society for linguists, with a large site with definitions of all the sub-fields of linguistics, a program directory, resolutions of the society on public language matters such as Ebonics, a list of linguistics journals, links to affiliated organizations, and more (www.lsadc.org)
Center for Applied Linguistics: many practical links and information on Ebonics, bilingual education, literacy, foreign language and ESOL instruction, testing, ERIC/CLL, instructional and research materials, newsletter, and more (www.cal.org)
Summer Institute of Linguistics: another practical site with software, computing, language learning, literacy, translation, and sociolinguistics links and information (www.sil.org)
American Association of Applied Linguistics: not as extensive as others but with good links to virtual libraries, conferences, and related organizations (www.aaal.org)
LingNet: hosted by the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center in Monterey, CA; it has links to many uncommonly taught foreign languages (http://www.dliflc.edu/about.html)
Websites for information on African American vernacular English: Start with the Center for Applied Linguistics, American Speech and Hearing Association and Linguist List websites. They have many references and links: Linguist List (www.linguistlist.org/topics/ebonics); Center for Applied Linguistics (www.cal.org/ebonics); ASHA American Speech & Hearing Association (www.asha.org).