POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN: A NATIONAL CALL FOR MORAL REVIVAL MASS POOR PEOPLE’S ASSEMBLY & MORAL MARCH ON WASHINGTON 6/20 at 10 AM & 6 PM ET | 6/21 at 6 […]
The NPS, National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program (NTF) in collaboration with Ohio History Connection (OHC) will offer a free online training session on using the Digital Wilbur H. […]
Virtual Program: James Weldon Johnson Birthday and Branch 25th Anniversary Celebration Saturday, June 27, 2020, 10:00 a.m.
Monthly branch presentation. Dr. Sekou Franklin is an Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Middle Tennessee State University. Will share his scholarship and insight about the history of African American voting, its importance and the state of urgency in all 2020 elections.
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 […]
A celebration of activists and activism, this discussion promotes a shared vision of community engagement in the work of those who, in the words of Barack Obama. "continue the long march of those who came before us, a march for a more just, more equal. more free, more caring, and more prosperous America."
In case you missed our 1st #ASALHTV webinar on "Healing Justice: Necropolitics & Black lives Amid "Pandemics" featuring Kaye Wise Whitehead, Zebulon Miletsky, Helina Haile and Nicole Lewis of the […]
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
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.
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.
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.
In late August 1619 “twenty and odd” Angolans were brought from the West Indies to the Chesapeake Bay on the ship White Lion. Some of these individuals were sold into […]
This event is free and open to the public. Check our website for registration information: http://chsasalh.com/2020/08/30/september-2020-program/ Black Suffragists Lecture 7-8 pm- Gwendolyn Harris, PhD One hundred years after the ratification of […]