Association for the Study of African American Life and History
Founded 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson
K-12 Teacher Registration for the 107th Annual Conference
Virtual and In-Person
September 29 – October 1, 2022
The Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa
201 Tallapoosa Street Montgomery, Alabama 36104
ASALH has been provided funding to register 100 K-12 teachers for the annual conference. ASALH membership (value $80) and session registration (value $300) for the conference will be provided at no cost. Sessions will be of particular interest to History, Social Studies, African American Studies, etc. teachers, however, all teachers are encouraged to register. Sessions and workshops on social justice are included in the program. Free resources to support social justice including those on the ASALH website will be provided. Posters and teaching materials to support the 2023 Black History theme, Black Resistance will be provided as a part of the registration.
Funding does not provide transportation or housing; however, parking will be reimbursed with a receipt. Sessions can be attended virtually and in person. Teachers who register will be provided access to approximately 35 sessions that will be live streamed and recorded. Access will be available to the recordings through October 31, 2022.
A Press Release on the conference can be found HERE.
Details on the conference can be found HERE.
The complete conference program can be found HERE.
Flyers on conference sessions can be found HERE.
If you are interested in receiving complimentary registration to the conference, please complete the form below. Membership and registration confirmations will be emailed to the address you provide below. Membership includes a copy of the Black History Bulletin, a journal for teachers by teacher educators. Please include any questions in the section at the bottom of the form.