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SOCIAL JUSTICE READING ROOM SERIES
ASALH & Howard University’s Social Justice Consortium present our latest series: Social Justice Reading Room. The Reading Room series on social justice is a collaborative effort presented by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History and The Howard University Social Justice Consortium. Sponsored by Mellon Just Futures.
The Black Family: United by History, Restored by Storytelling
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History in collaboration with Archival Alchemy® presents, The Black Family: United by History, Restored by Storytelling. This national program centers the legacy of Black family reunions while encouraging families of all backgrounds to build and renew their own traditions and stories. This free self-guided certificate program includes pre-recorded workshops and resources that aim to demonstrate how oral storytelling, genealogy, and familial archiving can serve as a return and a way forward.
ASALH TV: The Association's Premier Youtube Channel
Explore author book talks, reading rooms, and other sessions on our premier youtube channel. Join us for live events and our annual Black History Month Festival! Subscribe to our channel to stay updated on our latest events.
2022 National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Grants
Through the generosity of the 400 Years of African American History Commission, and in collaboration with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), the National Park Service National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program (NTF) is pleased to announce the availability of grant funds for 2022.
400 Years of Perseverance 1619-2019
The 400th Commemoration of the arrival of Africans in the first permanent English Colony in North America highlights the perseverance of Africans from 1619 to the present. The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) views the 400th Commemoration as an event of historic importance for ALL people, but especially those of African descent. Each year ASALH establishes a Black History Theme. This commemoration speaks directly to ASALH’s selected annual Black History theme for 2019—“Black Migrations.”