A CENTURY OF NEGRO MIGRATION
Carter G. Woodson’s A Century of Negro Migration documents the movement of African Americans from the South to the northern and western parts of the country, from the early 1800s to the early 1900s. This book gives an enlightening account of the obstacles and triumphs faced and experienced by African Americans who sought to better their lives. First Published 1918.
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ASALH MEDIA ON DEMAND
ASALH is proud to announce its new service, Media on Demand. The content will include materials recorded by ASALH at its events over the years, including the Black History Month Luncheon, the Annual Meetings, and special events. The media posted on demand will include content that will be of special interest to those looking for expert content for college and high school courses as well as the general public.
ASSOCIATED PUBLISHERS PROJECT
As owners of intellectual property of the Associated Publishers, which was dissolved in 2005, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History is proud to announce a partnership with the Black Classics Press to bring the works back into print.
100 Years of African American Struggle and Triumph
ASALH teamed with Farmer’s Insurance to produce a documentary of 10 key but often overlooked developments in the African American struggle for equality during the 20th century.