The Members Bookshelf is where ASALH members can have their books posted for others to learn about with links to purchase them. A member may submit a book to the bookshelf by using this submission form. Items reviewed and approved for posting will appear here.

(Titles are listed in alphabetical order by author.)

How to Survive the Apocalypse

Jacqueline Allen Trimble

Musicwoman Magazine

Dr. Joan Cartwright

Contributions of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the 21st Century

Anisah Bagasra, Alison Mc Letchie, and Jonathan Wesley, Editors

Tracing Their Steps: A Memoir

Bernice Alexander Bennett

Quilt of Souls: A Memoir

Phyllis Biffle Elmore

Mother to Son

Dr. Latorial Faison

I Am Woman

Dr. Latorial Faison

Ukweli: Searching for Healing Truth

Herb Frazier (Editor), Horace Mungin (Editor)

Moving North

Mary J. Grant

Whitlock’s Compositions

Charlene Hampton Holloway

America on Fire

Elizabeth Hinton

Magnolia Flower

Zora Neale Hurston (Author), Ibram X. Kendi (Author), Loveis Wise (Illustrator)

The Richmond 34 and the Civil Rights Movement

Dr. Kimberly A. Matthews and Dr. Raymond Pierre Hylton

Seven Sisters and a Brother: Friendship, Resistance, and Untold Truths Behind Black Student Activism in the 1960’s

Marilyn Allman Maye, Harold S Buchanan, Jannette O Domingo, Joyce Frisby Baynes, Marilyn Holifield, Myra Rose, Bridget Van Gronigen Warren, Aundrea White Kelley

The Papers of Clarence Mitchell Jr., Volume I: 1942–1943

Clarence Mitchell Jr. (Author), Denton L. Watson (Editor, Contributor)

8 Pearls of Wisdom

Kimberly A. Morrow

Ukweli – Searching for Healing Truth – South Carolina Writers and Poets Explore American Racism

Edited by Horace Mungin and Herb Frazier – Contributor, Margaret Seidler

Finding Liv

Timetra R. White