SUPPORT THE FOUNDERS OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH! REGISTER FOR THE AUTHOR’S BOOK TALK EVENT
ASALH will hold innovative virtual programming during Black History Month, all month long in February celebrating the 2022 Black History Theme:
The Black Family: Black Health and Wellness.
Author's Book Talk Events are Thursdays from 6-8 p.m.
February 10, 2022
February 17, 2022
February 24, 2022
To register for the Author’s Book Talk Event, you can pay online.
You must be a member to login and register for the Author’s Book Talk Event online.
If you are purchasing for an organization, please call ASALH at 202-238-5915.
A High-Impact Opportunity to Reach a Targeted Audience
The ASALH Black History Month Festival provides your organization with an opportunity to reach a targeted audience of approximately 1,000 community builders, historians, educators, business professionals and students globally. The Author’s Book Talk event at the 2022 Black History Month Festival will be available on-demand throughout February 2022 by individuals who are enthusiastic about the history of America and the African diaspora.
Please plan to take advantage of this great opportunity. Space is limited. Authors and their presses are invited to purchase an ad in the Virtual Festival Souvenir Journal.
More About Registering for the Author’s Book Talk Event
We invite you to participate in the Author’s Book Talk Event at the 2022 Black History Festival, all month long during February. There is a $60 registration fee and participants MUST be a member of ASALH.
The Author’s Book Talk registration includes:
15 minute digital Author’s Book Talk
Author’s Book Talk replay available on-demand on ASALH TV, the Association’s YouTube channel for three months
Author’s Book Talk participants will be included in email marketing and social media promotions
Name, logo and link to discount code featured on the ASALH Bookshelf
As an ASALH Festival supporter
Gain more visibility among a culturally responsive targeted audience
Provide information on your publications, programs or services to attendees who are likely to need resources for their future studies in Black history
Build a strong network of potential customers as well as other professionals in your industry