Estate planning by Juanita Powell-Williams including advance directives
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Dr. Le Trice Donaldson and her class at University of Texas A & M Corpus Christi attended the meeting. Dr. Donaldson presented her new book on African American Men in […]
Teaching the community youth lessons for business and building confidence. Instructor and successful entrepreneur Nathan Watts.
Teaching the community youth examples of successful Black Historic Figures and playing the "Cash Flow Game" created by Robert Kiyosaki. Taught by Michel Childs (President of Branch)
This is a branch member meeting to have branch elections and have officer and committee reports. This event will be held online.
Collaboration with Michelle Oliver. This event will be held and recorded online via Zoom.
This event will be held online.
Registration is required 24 hours prior to the meeting for all voting members.
The Manhattan Branch will host a Carter G. Woodson Birthday Celebration on Saturday, December 4th. The celebration will take place remotely from 11:00am to 12:00 noon. Branch members will give […]
Founder’s birthday event: Zoom webinar and panel discussion focused on “African American Foodways” with local chefs, nutritionists, and community activists. Free virtual pre-screening of Byron Hurt’s documentary Soul Food Junkies […]
All are welcome. December 11, 2021 11:00am EST Lincoln Ceremony 4100 Suitland Rd. Suitland, Maryland
This documentary, "In Search of Our Mother’s Garden," covers this year’s theme The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. This event will be held online.