Please join members and friends of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History ASALH) for a “trek” to The Sugar Hill Museum

708 Walker Avenue (right behind Four Way Grill)
Sunday, August 12, 2018
3 p.m.

Explore this “hidden-in-sight” Soulsville amenity and its curator. Learn more about this effort to tell the story of Sugar Hill and surrounding South Memphis neighborhoods. Why this location?

ASALH exists to promote, research, interpret and disseminate information about Black life, history and culture to all. “Let history tell the truth to us, tell the truth on us-ALL of us.”

Learn more about ASALH (September. 9, 1915), the organizer of African American History Month at asalh.org

In the Spirit of ASALH
“In the Spirit of ASALH” Recognition and Birthday Celebration” is Tuesday, September 11, 2018, Makeda’s Cookies @488 South 2nd Street. Join us as we honor our founding and founders as well as local scholars, advocates/activists and organizations whose works are “in the spirit of ASALH. This is a public event. The site is ‘Hallowed Ground: a Site of African American Memories.”