International Underground Railroad Month Webinar

What is International Underground Railroad Month? International Underground Railroad Month acknowledges the significance of the Underground Railroad, and all those involved, for its contribution to the eradication of slavery in […]

Telling Stories, Creating Histories

Telling Stories, Creating Histories Wednesday, July 8 and 15 • 12:00pm-1:15pm • Online Free and open to the public Join the Center for Black Digital Research (#DigBlk), AARP DC, and […]

ASALH Richmond Virtual Town Hall Members Meeting

The world is changing and so are we! Our rescheduled face to face meeting will now be held virtually on Zoom/Conference Call. If you are not a member and would like to join the call please register and someone will reach out to you before the meeting regarding membership.

Telling Stories, Creating Histories

Telling Stories, Creating Histories Wednesday, July 8 and 15 • 12:00pm-1:15pm • Online Free and open to the public Join the Center for Black Digital Research (#DigBlk), AARP DC, and […]

Tampa Bay Branch: Not Your Mama’s Music

A presentation to illustrate the importance of representation in media by revealing the hidden message in music. Presented by Sierra Clark Facebook live Tampa, Florida 33610

#DismantlePreservation Virtual Unconference

#DismantlePreservation Virtual Unconference will be a one-day free event that will delve into topics such as implicit bias in preservation, preserving the full story, and how to expand who is investing […]

PBS Books Trailblazing Women Virtual Series

 PBS Books will host a virtual engagement event that will feature an Author Interview with Scholar Martha Jones, Ph.D., to discuss her soon-to-be-released book: "Vanguard: How Black Women Broke […]

Pay What You Owe!: Reparations for Stolen Black Wealth

The position of Black people in the United States has not appreciably changed since our arrival on the North American continent in 1619. Centuries-long oppression has resulted in this fact. The only way to ensure a significant shift in our social status is for the US to fully account for its active role in the harm caused to us. Please join us as we discuss how this will happen and what it will look like.

Women Take the Stage

WE NEED TO MAKE NOISE “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on […]

The Vote: An Act of Spiritual Warfare

During the opening ceremony for our virtual conference, we will hear from Rev. Dr. Leslie D. Callahan of the historic St. Paul’s Baptist Church of Philadelphia, PA. In celebration of the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment (1920) and the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870), Pastor Callahan will reflect on ways of seeing the act of voting as a part of connecting to our higher selves and to those who sacrificed much to ensure us all of the opportunities that voting provides.

Presidential Session: WOKE VOTE

This is the inside story of how a movement founded by a preacher’s daughter from Birmingham who worked in the Obama White House assembled a team and strategy to send a Democrat to the Senate from Alabama for the first time in 25 years—and then helped to restore voting rights to 1.4 million ex-felons, the most significant expansion of voting rights since the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

PLENARY SESSION: From the Front Porch: What Alabama Teaches the World

As one of the sites in America’s Civil Rights Crossroads, Alabama helped draw international media attention to the need for change in America. This panel presents the insights of some of Alabama’s greatest gifts to the world, social justice activists and human rights champions.