Given the current global health crisis of COVID-19 this year, the Executive Council of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History has decided to host virtually its Business Meeting, which...
This message provides an update on the steps ASALH has taken regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Our primary goal is to ensure your safety and well-being. By now, you know social distancing is an important...
This article first appeared on May 14, 2020 on University of South Florida St. Petersburg website In 1914, John Evans was lynched in St. Petersburg. Evans was accused of the
The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking the services of a qualified individual, firm, or organization (contractor) through a cooperative agreement with the Association for the Study of African American
The International African American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina seeks a dynamic and effective museum professional to serve as Chief Curator. Located on Gadsden’s Wharf, the museum is scheduled to
Back in 2019, while speaking at a local educational event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I met a woman by the name of Cynthia Devine-Kepner. It was one of those extraordinary encounters
Job Openings Announcement: Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, Alabama All interested persons should contact: BillBurgess@theburgessgroup.com William Burgess, III Board of Directors Birmingham Civil Rights Institute President Requirements: Education: Minimum BA
Columbia — The South Carolina African American Heritage Commission has opened a web portal to capture African American impressions of the Coronavirus’ impact on their lives, and to establish a permanent
Those of us who have been blessed to, as the Bible says, have lived more than three score and 10 years might be tempted to think we have seen just
A Conversation with Marc Morial On Covid-19/Census Day & Next Steps For Urban Communities hosted by Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead.