Save our History: Legacy of Courage


In celebration of Black History Month, The HISTORY® Channel is launching a special extension of its award-winning “Save Our History” campaign by spotlighting everyday heroes whose contributions have impacted our […]

Presentation of the Inaugural ASALH Book Prize


The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) will award an annual prize to recognize an outstanding book in the field of African American history and culture beginning in February 2021.

The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum 2021 Black History Month Event

Online via Zoom

“Disparities in Health Care During the Pandemic,” with Jill Upson, chair of the West Virginia COVID-19 Advisory Commission on African American Disparities and executive director of the Herbert Henderson Office […]


Online via Zoom

This is virtual experience has been curated with the backdrop of the 2021 Black history theme, “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.” The black family has been a topic […]

Sxith Annual Dr. Carter G. Woodson Luncheon

Online via Zoom

Join ASALH virtually at the Sixth Annual Carter G. Woodson Luncheon in celebration of Black History!  Hosted by W. Marvin Dulaney of the DFW ASALH Branch, this years theme is […]

Remembrance: A Panel Discussion on Racial Terror Lynchings

Online via Zoom

The Manatee, Sarasota and Pinellas Community Remembrance Project Coalitions invite you to bear witness to the truth about racial terror in Greater Tampa Bay. This panel discussion will explore acts […]

Homage to Black Excellence


Homage to Black Excellence offers an opportunity to experience innovative initiatives through specially curated event experiences to begin in February 2021. Each experience examines the past and present racial barriers […]

Banneker-Douglass Museum: The Future of the Black Family

Online via Zoom

Join the Banneker-Douglass Museum as we present a virtual discussion on the evolution of the identity of the Black Family February 18, 2021 6:30pm EST In alignment with the Association […]

Legendary African-Americans in London 1860s-1960s

Online via Zoom

Many African-Americans came to Britain in the mid 1800s to escape US white supremacy. Once here they gave speeches, networked, raised funds, collaborated, shared strategies with and inspired African-British people […]

Black British Authors on Carter G Woodson

Online via Zoom

Three Black British authors discuss their work in light of Carter G Woodson's legacy. When the UK introduced Black History Month in 1987 many African-Americans came to London to assist […]

Lillian Smith: Anti-racist Ally, Athens, GA Branch

  Join us for one of our major Black History Month events, “Lillian Smith: Anti-Racist Ally.” Smith was an author and social critic whose writings challenged white southerners to end […]

Belle Hall for All Black History Talk

Online via Zoom

Belle Hall for All Advocacy group is thrilled to announce an event featuring Belle Hall’s very own historian Michael Allen. Michael will be giving a talk via zoom on courage, […]

February Speaker Series on Middle Passage


In honor of Carter G. Woodson, a pioneer in promoting African American history, the Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project is sponsoring a mid-day speaker series, "Voyages Through Death […]

CIAA Tournament

CIAA Tournament February 23rd- 27th 2021