ASALH announces its search for the next editor for JAAH.
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The Journal of African American History (JAAH), formerly The Journal of Negro History, was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in January 1916. Since that time the JAAH has become the leading scholarly publication on African American life and history. Now in its 101st volume, the JAAH publishes original scholarly articles on all aspects of the African American experience. Most recently, JAAH special issues and symposia have focused on Women and Slavery in the Atlantic World, The Legacy of Malcolm X, and African Americans and Movements for Reparations, Past, Present, and Future.
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Manuscripts submissions and correspondence regarding editorial matters should be sent to:
V.P. Franklin, Editor
The Journal of African American History
The University of New Orleans
Department of History
2000 Lake Shore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148
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Sylvia Cyrus, Managing Editor
2225 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 331
Washington, DC 20059
V.P. Franklin, University of New Orleans
Sylvia Y. Cyrus, Executive Director, ASALH
Derrick P. Alridge, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Joyce Owens Anderson, Chicago State University
Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Karen M. May, email: email@example.com
Edward D. Collins and Lee Facincani
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Volume 102, Issue No. 2
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ASALH Executive Council Endorses Call for Establishment of Reparations Superfund to Aid African American Youth. Click here to read the full release
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Ten Point Program For Reparations for African Americans in the United States