ASALH Athens joins ASALH Atlanta, the historic Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, and Georgia Public Broadcasting to sponsor a free virtual screening of Ken Burns’s new documentary Muhammad Ali and panel discussion. ASALH Athens member Dr. Valerie Babb, Andrew Mellon Professor of Humanities at Emory University, is one of the […]
The Branch will celebrate ASALH's Founders Day with Dr. Tonya Matthews and scholars of the College of Charleston’s 1967 Legacy Program About this event The Charleston Area Branch of ASALH will celebrate Founders Day by welcoming Dr. Tonya Matthews, who is the new Chief Executive Officer of the International African American Museum (IAAM). The […]
Estate planning by Juanita Powell-Williams including advance directives
Showing of Documentary Film: "Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power" (1hr 22min) When: Saturday October 23, 2021 Time: 7 or 7:30 PM (depending on darkness). Try to arrive on time. Where: OUTDOORS: On Back Patio of the St. Petersburg Monthly Meeting of Friends (Quakers) Meeting House Address: 130 19th Avenue SE (Old Southeast) St. Petersburg […]
This event is being hosted by the Trent House Association and the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Greater Trenton. Early registrants are welcome to attend in person. Seating is limited, but others are welcome to join us on Zoom. Join link will be sent via email. Sunday, October 24, […]
Discussing recruitment opportunities. Introducing new members (10) Discussing Program Committee Encouraging each other as we reminded one another why we joined ASALH Fundraising idea proposal: Give It Up Challenge/instead of buying your fun treat (Star Bucks, Smoothies, or soda once a month put that money aside and in December donate your savings. This event will […]
This presentation was given by Rev. Dr. Joseph Evans, Dean of the Morehouse School of Religion. He enlightened us on the history between Black Baptist congregations and organizations and their connection with the beginning of several Historically Black Colleges/Universities. This event will be held and recorded online.