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Key Session: “Key Session: African-American Families in Florida through Public History” Presented on September 25
This session will feature Jada Wright-Greene of Florida's Historic African American Homes, Brandon Knightingale of Bethune-Cookman University, Charlene Farrington of South Florida Branch, and Rodney Hurst, Jr. of ASALH Florida James Weldon Johnson Branch....
Plenary Session: “Black People, Health and Wellness: A Historical Perspective” Presented on September 21
This session will feature Stephanie Y. Evans of Georgia State University, Vanessa Northington Gamble of George Washington University, Dr. Thaddeus Bell, M.D. of Closing the Gap in Healthcare, Inc., David Williams of Harvard University.
“Illuminating the Black Family in History: A Retrospective on Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” Presented on September 25
A Retrospective on Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Recipient of ASALH’s Inaugural Luminary Award.
On June 19, 1865 — nearly nine decades after our Nation’s founding, and more than 2 years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation — enslaved Americans in Galveston, Texas, finally received word that they...
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Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, Secretary Deb Haaland Announce New Listings in Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program
The new listings join nearly 700 other sites, programs, and facilities in the network that honor, preserve, and promote the history of resistance to enslavement through escape and flight
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The 2021 ASALH Academic Program Committee invites proposals for individual papers, entire sessions, presentations, performances, films, round-tables, workshops, conversations, or alternative formats dealing with the 2021 theme, “The Black Family”.