ReadersMagnet Live at the Tucson Festival of Books

University of Arizona Tucson, AZ

ReadersMagnet joins the Tucson Festival of Books this March 12-13 and you'll be able to see everything that's happening in the comfort of your couch with a warm drink in […]

Pandemics, Protests, and the Continuing Legacy of Slavery

Wake Forest University and Guilford College NC

Join us for a symposium in Greensboro and Winston-Salem hosted by Guilford College and Wake Forest University. Day one will be held in Greensboro and Day two will be in […]

Radcliffe Fellow Present: The Descendants (A Novel)

Virtual via Zoom

A presentation from 2021–2022 Radcliffe Fellow Ladee Hubbard Ladee Hubbard is a writer whose most recent novel is The Rib King (Amistad, 2021). She is writing a novel that examines […]

Preserve the Past, Build for the Future Webinar Series

Virtual via Zoom

Thank you for your interest in Preserve the Past, Build For the Future, a four-part webinar series presented by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. We hope for those of […]

Voices of Zion – Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project

Mt. Zion - Female Union Band Cemeteries 27th Street NW, Washington, DC

Immersive, Moveable Feasts starting in the Mt. Zion - Female Union Band Cemeteries at: 27th Street off Q Street Then processing to Dumbarton United Methodist Church 3133 Dumbarton St. NW […]

2022 Community Media Awards – Virtual


Join us virtually on May 12, 2022, for the 27th Annual Studs Terkel Community Media Awards! Begun in 1994, the Community Media Awards honor storytelling that centers Chicago's people. This […]

Riversdale House Museum – Volunteer Open House

We have been doing a lot of great work in our program to tell a fuller and inclusive interpretation at our sites...especially around the enslaved. Riversdale would love to have volunteers […]

Party in the Park! Mary McLeod Bethune Scholar & Reenactor

Lincoln Park Washington, Washington, DC

We continue our series on the life and legacy of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. On June 16, our in-person event at Washington, D.C.'s Lincoln Park will feature Dr. Ashley Preston […]

Juneteenth: A Celebration | National Archives

  Juneteenth: A Celebration   National Archives Museum Dallas/Ft. Worth Branch of ASALH The Dallas African American Museum   Friday, June 17, 2022 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EDT […]

Mary McLeod Bethune Symposium

The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center First Street Northeast, Washington, DC

On Wednesday, July 13, 2022, the United States Congress will accept and dedicate Florida's new statue of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune as part of the National Statuary Hall Collection in […]


Please join us for a conversation about veterans benefits. If you are an active duty member, veteran, or dependent, especially if your family member had troubles with veteran administration claims.

Smithsonian Channel™ to Debut Picturing The Obamas Special Premiering Saturday, September 10 At 8/7c


Smithsonian Channel™ announced today a new documentary titled Picturing the Obamas, premiering September 10th. Viewers will learn from curators, journalists, and art critics about the ways in which President Barack and Mrs. Michelle Obama’s portraits commissioned by the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery disrupt traditional presidential portraiture and spur museums to reach new audiences. The special will follow the unveiling of the White House portraits of the Obamas on September 7th.