Carter G Woodson and the Pursuit of Truth
The New York State Branches of The Association for The Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) will be celebrating Abolition Commemoration Day as a State Holiday on Monday, July 13, 2020.
Lionel Kimble, Vice President for Programs at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, reacts to protests in the US and what African-American, people of color face and how it...
These are the findings of the National Urban League’s State of the 2020 Census report released today, “AT RISK: AN ACCURATE BLACK COUNT”
CFP, MELUS Special Issue: “Black Women’s Literature: Violence & the COVID-19 Moment” A Special Issue of MELUS – Call for Papers Black Women’s Literature: Violence & the COVID-19 Moment Guest Editors: Robin Brooks
The goal of this project is to prepare an update to the 1978 Historic Resource Study (HRS) for Whiskeytown NRA (WHIS) in California. This document will enhance public awareness and
Researcher / Archive Researcher Position Description: WNED PBS is looking to contract with an experienced archive researcher for an upcoming documentary. The archive researcher chosen will source archival material for
The University of Notre Dame Department of Africana Studies invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor for 2020-2021
The University of Notre Dame Department of Africana Studies invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor for 2020-2021; the position is renewable for a second year. This appointment involves teaching
National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Presents a Community Reading of “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” by Frederick Douglass
See a special message from Robert Stanton, former director, National Park Service.
If Frederick Douglass could see the controversy over the Emancipation Memorial in Lincoln Park in Washington, D.C. today, he would offer the following “reality check”—don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the...