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ASALH Edna McKenzie Branch member Martha Richards Conley, the first Black woman to graduate from the Pittsburgh School of Law in 1971, has been featured in an article in the
The FEMA Funeral Reimbursement Program will launch in a few weeks. FEMA is reimbursing up to $7,000.00 in funeral costs to any family member who paid for a COVID-19 related
The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) is pleased to announce that it has completed the digitization of two historically significant Georgia African American newspapers as part of a National Digital
The 2021 ASALH Program Committee invites submissions for posters that address the conference theme, "The Black Family," but any timely subject of interest to the African American history, culture, and life will be considered.
In celebration of Black Heritage, check out the latest blog post from Roy Betts, “2021 Black Heritage Stamps Honor August Wilson.” Read the full post HERE.
Established on September 9, 1915, by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the founders of Black History Month—the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)—continue to carry out
Please check out the interview with Dr. Elsie L. Scott, Director of the Ronald W. Walters Leadership & Public Policy Center at Howard University that was conducted by the Gates
Honoring Shelia S. Walker, Reflections on Anthropology and Afrocentrism across the African Diaspora Friday, February 26 2021 11:00am ET Register to attend HERE Moderated by Chelsey Carter and Savannah Kosteniuk
The Township of South Orange Village is honored to celebrate Black History Month with the South Orange Community. This year’s national theme is The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.