ASALH partners with corporations, schools, community groups, publishers, universities, cultural
institutions, and many other organizations.  ASALH and its partners seek to promote, research,
preserve, interpret and disseminate information about Black life, history and culture to the global
community through cooperation and collaboration.  If you are interested in partnering with ASALH, please contact us. You may read about some of the work that ASALH is currently undertaking
with its partners below.
  ASALH and Farmers Insurance have teamed up for many
projects, including the Freedom's Song Educational DVD
- a free documentary available for middle and high school
teachers to help students learn about ten significant, but
often overlooked, events in Black history.
  The Association for the Study of African American Life
and History (ASALH) and Walmart have teamed up to
launch a Loaned Executive Program
(LEP) – a program designed for corporate partners to
lend executives to assist the non-profit
organization in key organizational and capital campaigns.
The Association’s first LEP
executive will be Walmart senior marketing executive
Gwen Kelly. Kelly, an award-winning
and recognized multicultural marketing advocate will
provide expertise to the organization
now through February 2012.
  National Park Service
U.S. Department of the Interior
  National Underground Railroad Conference,
June 19 - 22, 2013 | Little Rock, Arkansas.
Click for more information about this event.
  African American Civil War Memorial Freedom Foundation
and Museum
  Kiamsha is a youth group based in Prince George's
County, Maryland that has partnered with ASALH on
numerous occasions.  Kiamsha facilitates the annual
Youth Day, which occurs during the yearly ASALH
National convention.  This celebration reaches out to local
youth through events such as the poetry slam, and
assemblies at local schools.  For more information on
Youth Day,
click here.
View a recent interview of Dr. Hrabowski here.
ASALH Partnerships