Executive Council Member Dr. Cheryl Renée Gooch will be a featured speaker at the National Civil War Museum (Harrisburg, PA) on February 16, 2019 at 1:00 pm. Based on her most recent book
The 42nd stamp in the Black Heritage series honors Gregory Hines (1946–2003), whose unique style of tap dancing injected new artistry and excitement into a traditional American form. A versatile
In celebration of black history education, the university announced that its Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum has established a summer institute for West Virginia teachers that will help integrate the
A Story And Conversation With Omope Carter Daboiku Omope Carter Daboiku is a local artist and storyteller, currently serving as the Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Laurence Dunbar House in Dayton,
ASALH RECOGNIZES 400 YEARS OF PERSEVERANCE WASHINGTON, DC — The Association for the Study of African Life and History (ASALH), the Founders of Black History Month, will launch its first
In the fall of 1973 as an incoming graduate student in the History Department at Howard University, the first person I met on campus was Rosalyn Terborg-Penn. Like, so many others have shared,...
This article first appeared in The Washington Informer, December 19, 2018 By Lisa Fager Bediako, Special to The Informer More than 75 people recently gathered in Georgetown to remember and
Give the gift of self-knowledge! Happy Birthday Dr. Woodson, The Father of Black History, born December 19, 1875.