Charleston Area Branch of ASALH Founders Day Celebration


  The Branch will celebrate ASALH's Founders Day with Dr. Tonya Matthews and scholars of the College of Charleston’s 1967 Legacy Program About this event The Charleston Area Branch of […]

Encore Presentation Master Class with Tanya McKinnon

Online via Zoom

Join us for an encore rebroadcast of the Master Class featuring Tanya McKinnon. Sunday, October 10 2pm PST/5pm EST If you registered for the original event on May 27, 2021, […]

ASALH Philadelphia Heritage Branch Membership and Recruiting


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 […]

Executive Council Meeting

Online via Zoom

Registration is required 24 hours prior to the meeting for all voting members.


ASALH Manhattan Branch Branch Event, Carter G. Woodson Birthday Celebration

Online via Zoom

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 a 3 to 5 minute presentation on what Carter G. Woodson means to them and how he has served as an inspiration to pursue studies […]

ASALH Athens Branch Event: Dr. Woodson’s Birthday Event

Online via Zoom

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 co-sponsored with UGA Libraries. Monday December 6, 7:00 p.m. EST This event will be held online via Zoom. Check back near the date for link.

(While Tickets Last) Historically Speaking: Black Reconstruction — A Conversation Among Eric Foner, Henry Louis Gates & Kevin Young


Kevin Young, NMAAHC’s Andrew W. Mellon Director, moderates a discussion of the Reconstruction era with historians Eric Foner and Henry Louis Gates. Their focus is on W.E.B Du Bois and his groundbreaking assessment of the impact of Reconstruction on America’s post-Civil War Black community. Foner and Gates are co-editors of the Library of America’s reissue […]