ASALH is the world’s oldest learned society, established by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1915, that empowers through knowledge racial understanding and appreciation of African American history and culture.
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.
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Do not neglect to do food and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God. – Hebrews 13:16
A chapter from Jacksonville’s “Black Resistance.” This video won the Jacksonville Film Festival last year.
Credited as the architect of the Civil Rights Movement, Rev. James Lawson played an integral role in the nonviolent protests of the south in the 1960s. Lawson was called upon by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to teach his practices of nonviolence to students in order to protest against racial discrimination laws. Now in his 90s, his life’s work is being recognized.
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