ASALH is a recognized 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. Our membership is open to dues-paying individuals and organizations who support our mission and vision. We encourage ASALH members to join and form branches to document local history and promote Black life, history and culture in communities across America and abroad. ASALH is incorporated in Washington, DC and is led by a working Executive Council and governed by a Constitution and Bylaws and Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised.
ASALH members are encouraged to actively participate in ASALH by supporting the national and local programs, events, publications, and fundraisers (primarily an annual luncheon and annual conference). The membership of ASALH is invited and encouraged to attend the Annual Meeting which is held at the Annual Conference.

ASALH 2021 BLACK HISTORY MONTH FESTIVAL GIVEAWAY

In the spirit of Black History, we have partnered with Penguin Random House to give two lucky ASALH branches the chance to win The Black Church This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song By Henry Louis Gates, Jr. our featured guest during the 2021 Black History Month Festival marquee event on 2/20/21.
To qualify to win, please complete and submit this form as many times as you need while you gather the names of your guests for the upcoming marquee event.
Membership Giveaway