Professors Jarvis Givens and Cornel West will discuss the life of Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) as a student, teacher, and education leader.
As directed by Congress in 2019, the National Park Service is preparing a special resource study of Public School 103 (P.S. 103), the elementary school of former Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, located at...
The 2022 ASALH Book Prize for the best new book in African American history is open for Submissions!
ASALH awards an annual prize to recognize an outstanding book in the field of African American history and culture. Books must engage archives to be eligible for consideration, however, the
Woodson receives posthumously The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division B Lifetime Achievement Award
Division B Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually to "a distinguished scholar with widely recognized and continuous records of accomplishment and who has made substantive contributions to the field of curriculum studies or whose work has...
The 2021 ASALH Academic Program Committee invites proposals for individual papers, entire sessions, presentations, performances, films, round-tables, workshops, conversations, or alternative formats dealing with the 2021 theme, “The Black Family”.
This Black History Month, LCV and the entire environmental movement celebrates Black leaders who are at the forefront of advancing environmental and climate justice.
ASALH invites you to learn more about the 2021 Black History Month Festival Sponsors. Thanks to generous support, ASALH can promote, research, preserve, interpret and disseminate information about Black life, history and culture to...
The black family has been a topic of study in many disciplines—history, literature, the visual arts and film studies, sociology, anthropology, and social policy.