The Urban Appalachian Community Coalition, host to the 41st Annual Appalachian Studies Association Conference, is pleased to present an Urban Appalachian Showcase on Saturday, April 7, 7:30 – 9:30 PM,
Congratulation to Manhattan Branch member, William Seraile. He has been flagged as an outstanding alumni at his Alma Mater, Central Washington University. See flag below.
Some local black history pundits were approved this month to form a Dallas-Fort Worth branch of one of the nation’s premiere black history study groups that initiated the founding of
February 8, 2018 – Sheila S. Walker will be showing her film – Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places: A Global African Diaspora at the United Nation. A panel discussion will be held thereafter. Manhattan
February 5, 2018 Dear ASALH Members and Friends: For Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, the effort to
Winner of Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum’s 2018 Black History Poster Competition at Marshall University
About the Poster – This is The Lyceum’s official poster of the 2018 Black History Month. It represents the annual black history theme (“African Americans in Times of War”) selected
In celebration of contributions of African Americans, the Google homepage features Dr. Woodson and Black History Month.
Canada Post remembers the accomplishments of Kathleen (Kay) Livingstone and Lincoln M. Alexander on stamps to be issued Feb. 1 in its Black History Month stamp series. Canada Post began
By Jacqueline A. Rouse On a blustering morning in January 1979, I was ushered into the office of the Editor of The Journal of Negro History, located in Brawley Hall on
The Maryland Office of Tourism Development, the Network to Freedom Program, and the Maryland State Archives are collaborating on 4 workshops around the state this spring about how to write