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the Proper Education of our Youth!
ASALH President 1936-1951
through 1951, was the sculptor of the Black History Bulletin as we know it. She charged the Association of the
Study of Negro Life and History to produce a periodical that served the needs of teachers. Carter G. Woodson had
always thought of teachers as the vital link to teaching black youth and all youth about the importance of Black
History. In 1937, the Negro History Bulletin, now the Black History Bulletin, was born.
Over the years, the Black History Bulletin lost sight of its original mission, becoming various things during different
Indeed, a history could be written about how our nearly 70-year-old publication changed during different periods.
The most recent change is one of restoration. The BHB is returning to its original mission, and its content is being
updated to meet the needs of teachers in primary and secondary education.
Today's teachers face the challenge not only of teaching black history, but doing so in a manner that meets the
demands of national history teaching standards.
Taking advantage of its expertise, ASALH will provide teachers with materials that meet and exceed the demands
placed on those entrusted with the minds of our youth.
You can help us reach the thousands of students in this and other countries that are ignorant of their own heritage.
As Carter G. Woodson once said, "Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the
inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history." Let us not lose our inspiration. Please
consider donating to the Black History Bulletin today and help our youth overcome centuries of mis-education.
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