The Atlanta Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), in collaboration with Morris Brown College, is proud to announce being selected as the
The Edna McKenzie Branch in Pittsburgh, PA represented ASALH at The 7th Annual Corporate Equity & Inclusion Roundtable Conference. (ASALH members: Ronald B. Saunders-Front row next to Betty Pickett, Betty
This article first appeared in The Daily Memphian on June 25, 2019 With a half-dozen Corvettes, a Beale Street trumpet and an African drum, fez-wearing Moolahs and Elks, Beale Street
Mrs. Florence Radcliffe turned 103 on June 1. She is a former Executive Council member, a life member, and a member of the Bethel Dukes Branch in DC. Born
It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Anthony “Tony” Major, associate professor, has passed away. Professor Major joined the UCF faculty in 1995 as a member of
This article first appeared in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on May 19, 2019 What started out as a wholesome commitment by a group of Pittsburghers to be stewards of a Maryland picnic
Presentation: On Saturday, May 11, 2019 ASALH will visit Negro Mountain, named in honor of nemesis, the African soldier who fought valiantly during the french and Indian War. ASALH will provide
Join us as we mark the 65th anniversary of the Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court decision with two days of dynamic discussions on school desegregation in Prince George’s County.
This article first appeared in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 31, 2019 Four hundred years after the first slave ship arrived in Virginia in 1619, African-American migrations will be the topic of
It is my pleasure to join with the Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History to support March 1, 2019, as Abolition Day in...