ASALH Hampton Roads Branch, “A Discussion of Passing: A Novel by Nella Larsen”

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Join the Hampton Roads Branch ASALH for this Lively and Informative Virtual Presentation! Branch members will be discussion the Novel by Nella Larsen as it relates to the ASALH 2021 Theme for Black History Month. The focus will be Blacks who passed for White. Sunday March 28, 2021 3:00pm EST Topic: Passing: A Novel by […]

ASALH W. Marvin Dulaney Branch D/FW Event, “Our Collective Lens: Lessons from the Life and Legacy of Estella Doty.” Lecture by Ms. Erin Dowell

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You are cordially invited to attend the following event: In honor of Women's History Month "Our Collective Lens: Lessons from the Life and Legacy of Estella Doty." The virtual lecture is by Ms. Erin Dowell. Ms. Dowell is Senior Manager of Global Diversity External Conferences at Amazon. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology […]

Virtual lecture by Dr. Bernard E. Powers, Professor

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Dr. Bernard E. Powers, Professor will give the virtual opening lecture March 25, 2021 at Emeritus, College of Charleston, in conjunction with the exhibition, “Confederate Currency: The Color of Money," at 7:00 pm. Email info@aamdallas.org. or call 214-565-9026 ext. 313 to receive zoom link.

ASALH W. Marvin Dulaney Branch D/FW Event, “Slavery and the Struggle Against the Chattle Principle” Lecture by Dr. Bernard E. Power

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You are cordially invited to attend the following event: "Slavery and the Struggle Against the Chattle Principle" The virtual lecture is by Dr. Bernard E. Powers is Professor of History Emeritus and the Director of the Center for Slavery at the College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. Thursday, March 25th at 7:00 pm CST This […]

Annie Turnbo Malone Presentation

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Join Linda M. Nance, founding president of the Annie Malone Historical Society, as she dives into the life and legacy of Annie Turnbo Malone. Her legacy reached beyond her legendary economic empire. She was a consummate servant to the people in her community and shared her wealth to such an extent some referred to her […]

Blues Women: The First Civil Rights Workers feat. Dr. Joan Cartwright

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Retired Jazz and Blues vocalist and composer Dr. Joan Cartwright discusses how Black singers in the United States of America emerged from Spirituals and Blues to develop Jazz. Their free-spirited songs delivered messages of liberation, singing to Africans in America that they could be free. Mar 22, 2021 11:00am EST Click to register to attend […]

ASALH Manhattan Branch Event, Women History Month – Valient Women Refusing to Be Silenced: Telling Their Story in African American History & Culture

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The ASALH Manhattan Branch will host, “Refusing to be Silent: The Voices of Valiant Women in African American History and Culture ” a virtual Women’s Herstory Month celebration on Saturday, March 20th 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Below is the Zoom link to join the event. Manhattan branch members will read a 3 to 5-minute monologue […]

ASALH Greater Kansas City Area Branch Black History Study Group

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In celebration of Women's History Month, the Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group will feature Kansas City Star reporter, Ms. Mara Williams. Ms. Williams will discuss, "The Truth in Black and white: An apology from The Kansas City Star" which was published on December 20, 2020. The published article acknowledged in a multi-part series, […]

Book Breaks with Thavolia Glymph

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Gilder Lehrman Book Breaks features the most exciting history scholars in America discussing their books with host William Roka live, followed by a Q&A with home audiences. Join us online on Sunday, March 14 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST (11: 00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PST) with Thavolia Glymph, as she discusses her book […]

W. Marvin Dulaney D/FW ASALH Branch Book Review, “Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own”, by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.

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Join the W. Marvin Dulaney D/FW Branch of ASALH for a review of Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.'s "Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own." March 13, 2021 2:00-3:00pm CST This event will be held virtually via Zoom. Reviewer: Mr. Randall Epps James Baldwin grew disillusioned by the failure of the […]

Charleston Area Branch of ASALH: Black Parents Matter: Triumphs and Challenges

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Join us for a candid conversation on the challenges, successes, and lessons learned from the lived experiences of three parents. By sharing their stories our presenters will lead us into an exploration of old and new approaches that can help the Black family and community navigate today’s environment. March 13, 2021 1:00pm - 3:00pm EST […]

ASALH Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Branch Women’s History Month Event: Lecture featuring Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham

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Join the Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Branch of ASALH in celebrating Women's History Month with a lecture from Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham, "From Labor Strikes to Clubwomen's Institutions: The Rich Tradition of Southern Black Women's Organizing." Saturday, March 13, 2021 1130am-1:00pm EST This event will be held online via Zoom. Registration is required. Register HERE to […]

ASALH South Florida Branch General Membership Meeting

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ASALH SOUTH FLORIDA, INC. Conference Call March 10, 2021 @ 2:00-4:00pm EST This event will be held online via Zoom. Agenda Introductions Membership: Have you renewed your national and local membership? 1. Branch report - Charlene 2. Treasury report – Joan 3. Membership report – Pam/Joan 4. Meeting of Florida Branches Coalition - Charlene 5. […]

ASALH W. Marvin Dulaney Branch D/FW Book Review, “From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century” by William Darity & Kirsten Mullen

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Join the W. Marvin Dulaney D/FW Branch of ASALH to review "From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century" by William Darity & Kirsten Mullen. In From Here to Equality, William Darity Jr. and A. Kirsten Mullen confront these injustices head-on and make the most comprehensive case to date for economic […]

ASALH D/FW “The New Negro during the World War I Era in Texas”

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The W. Marvin Dulaney D/FWBranch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History will host a co-sponsored virtual session, "The New Negro during the World War I Era in Texas," at 3:30 p.m. at the annual meeting of the Texas State Historical Association. Registration is $35. Register HERE

ASALH D/FW Virtual Community African American History Course

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The W. Marvin Dulaney D/FW Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History will host the Virtual Community African American History Course March 4 to May 6, 2021. There will be ten, 2-hour sessions from 7pm-9pm. $100 for members, $200 for non-members. Register at info@aamdallas.org/donate.

ASALH Bronx & Manhattan Branch Panel Discussion on “The Election and COVID-19: Effects on the African American Family

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Please join us for a panel discussion, “The Election and COVID-19: Effects on the African American Family” Sunday, February 28th 6:00pm EST Moderator: Deirdre Foreman, President, ASALH Manhattan Branch Panelists: Will Guzman, Professor of African American History, Prairie View A&M University Zebulon Miletsky, Associate Professor Department Africana Studies & History Stony Brook University Noel Manyindo, […]

ASALH The Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group Black History Month Program

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The Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group (GKCBHSG) 2021 Black History Month Program will feature author Anna M. Tubbs and her book, The Three Mothers Sunday, February 28, 2021 AT 3:30 PM The Greater Kansas City Black History Study Group will explore this year's theme with a program that features a conversation with Cambridge […]

Memphis Branch of ASALH Black History Month Program

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We are requesting your presence at our Annual Memphis Branch of ASALH Black History Month celebration honoring the Legacy Founders of the Tri-State Defender and The New Tri-State Defender embracing the national ASALH Theme: " The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity". The celebration will be virtural via Zoom on Sunday, February 28, 2021 3:00pm […]

James Weldon Johnson Branch of ASALH Black History Month Program Continues

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Join us at the presentation by Dr. Kimberly C. Ellis, niece of August Wilson followed by a discussion. The discussion of Chapter 6, The Mis-Education of the Negro by Dr. Carter G. Woodson will be led by Elaine Sugar. February 27, 2021 10:00am EST This is a live digital event via Zoom. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85316218995?pwd=a3B0NFB3TGpCdCtlaDlNT3RXVWpsUT09 […]

ASALH Our Authors Study Club of Los Angeles: An Evening with African American Authors

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Mayor Eric Garcetti and Our Authors Study Club cordially invite you to the City of Los Angeles African American Heritage Month Event, An Evening with African American Authors. February 23, 2021 6:00 - 8:00pm PST Zoom Link: zoomgov.com/j/1604155917 Meeting ID# 1604155917 Passcode: 270826 Hope you can join us in Los Angeles!

ASALH Atlanta, ASALH Athens, ASALH Savannah Yamacraw Black History Program

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The Black Family: Researching & Telling Our Stories Sunday, February 21, 2021 5:00-7:00pm EST Featured Speaker: Nichelle Smith-Enterprise, Editor, Racism & History for USATODAY This event will be held online via ZOOM. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81341691686?pwd=M3hwbkhMRjBRaTh2czY5TWdLODVCUT09 Meeting ID: 813 4169 1686 Passcode: 561264 One tap mobile +13126266799,,81341691686#,,,,*561264# US (Chicago) +19292056099,,81341691686#,,,,*561264# US (New York) Dial by […]

ASALH Prince George’s County Truth Branch Annual African American Read-In

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Please join the Education and Bookstore Ministries in partnership with the Prince George's County Truth Branch of the Association of ASALH in honoring prominent African American Authors via Zoom! Sunday, February 21, 2021 3:00pm EST Register through the ZOOM link (listener or reader) HERE If you would like to share a selected reading or literary […]

Belle Hall for All Black History Talk

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Belle Hall for All Advocacy group is thrilled to announce an event featuring Belle Hall’s very own historian Michael Allen. Michael will be giving a talk via zoom on courage, opportunity and change, February 21st 3pm EST Michael’s presentation will draw on his knowledge of history and his experience with the National Park Service developing […]

Black British Authors on Carter G Woodson

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Three Black British authors discuss their work in light of Carter G Woodson's legacy. When the UK introduced Black History Month in 1987 many African-Americans came to London to assist in the launch. As Carter G Woodson was the founder of US Black history month (originally Negro History week in 1926) we have a conversation […]

Legendary African-Americans in London 1860s-1960s

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Many African-Americans came to Britain in the mid 1800s to escape US white supremacy. Once here they gave speeches, networked, raised funds, collaborated, shared strategies with and inspired African-British people who had similar struggles. These visits stretched from before the US Civil War (1865) to the Black Power movements of the 1970s and even now. […]

Re-Shaping U.S. Africa Policy and the Role of HBCUs Virtual Symposium

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The Department of African Studies and the Center for African Studies at Howard University will host a one-day virtual symposium on “Re-Shaping a New US-Africa Policy and the Role of HBCUs” on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 9am-5pm.  The symposium seeks to provide a critical assessment of US-Africa policy since the Cold War, draw on […]

Banneker-Douglass Museum: The Future of the Black Family

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Join the Banneker-Douglass Museum as we present a virtual discussion on the evolution of the identity of the Black Family February 18, 2021 6:30pm EST In alignment with the Association for African American Life and History's (ASALH) annual theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity, this dialogue between Director Chanel Compton and Mr. Matt […]

Remembrance: A Panel Discussion on Racial Terror Lynchings

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The Manatee, Sarasota and Pinellas Community Remembrance Project Coalitions invite you to bear witness to the truth about racial terror in Greater Tampa Bay. This panel discussion will explore acts of documented lynchings that need to be exposed, acknowledged and reckoned in support of the ongoing quest for healing and equity in our nation. Tuesday, […]

Sxith Annual Dr. Carter G. Woodson Luncheon

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Join ASALH virtually at the Sixth Annual Carter G. Woodson Luncheon in celebration of Black History!  Hosted by W. Marvin Dulaney of the DFW ASALH Branch, this years theme is The Black Family - Food and Tradition: How Africa and Slavery Influence the Food We Eat. This event will also feature food historian and author […]

ASALH D/FW Dr. Carter G. Woodson Virtual Black History Month Program

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The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Virtual Black History Month Program co-sponsored with the W. Marvin Dulaney D/FW Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History will be held virtually February 13, 2021 at 1:00pm. Email: info@aamdallas.org for more information.

ASALH W. Marvin Dulaney Branch D/FW Event, Black Health and Wellness

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"Vegetarianism for Black Health," There are many prominent Black Vegetarians like Senator Corey Booker from New Jersey, author and journalist Karine Jean -Pierre, Phylicia Rashad, Omar Epps, Angela Bassett, and many more. The African American Museums sells a wonderful book called, "Vegan Soul Food." Humans are not biologically carnivores as evidenced by our relatively weak […]

A Celebration of the 25th Black History Month in Canada: Reconnecting The Black Family: Family, Community, Diaspora

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This conference will mark the UN International Decade for People of African Descent; will affirm the legacy of Dr. Carter G. Woodson and the ASALH’s role in initiating Black History Month, and, will mark the 25th Anniversary of February as Black History Month across Canada. The UN International Decade promotes cultural diversity by valuing the […]

(Re)Making History: Memory, Mythmaking, and the Civil Rights Movement

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The 7th Annual Heinz History Center Black History Month Lecture, will feature Dr. Hasan Jeffries, with the topic, “(Re)Making History: Memory, Mythmaking, and the Civil Rights Movement” Dr. Hasan Jeffries will explore how popular misconceptions about the civil rights movement remake history, altering everything from the African American freedom struggle’s leadership, goals, tactics, and guiding […]

THE BONDS OF FAMILY AND LEGACY

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This is virtual experience has been curated with the backdrop of the 2021 Black history theme, “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.” The black family has been a topic of study in many disciplines; history, literature, the visual arts, social policy and the culture of the culinary arts. The Black family knows no single […]

The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum 2021 Black History Month Event

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“Disparities in Health Care During the Pandemic,” with Jill Upson, chair of the West Virginia COVID-19 Advisory Commission on African American Disparities and executive director of the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs. Dr. Joseph Shapiro, dean of Marshal University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Dr. Lauri Andress, West Virginia University School of Public […]

Athens Branch of ASALH, Reaching for the Ancestors: Finding Your African American Family’s Genealogy

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This is a virtual event co-sponsored by the Athens, GA Branch of ASALH in cooperation with the Athens Clarke County Public Library. One of our members, Dr. Merryll Penson, will share her experiences in seeking her family's genealogy, as part of a ninety-minute discussion of research on Black family genealogies. Registration for this Zoom event […]

Athlete. Scholar. Activist: Chapters in the Life of Dr. Pellom McDaniels

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Emory Libraries partners with the BronzeLens Film Festival for this event, which begins with a screening of the film “Flash Here and There Like Falling Stars: The Life and Work of Dr. Pellom McDaniels III,” followed by a conversation. The event honors the contributions of Pellom McDaniels III, former Emory professor of African American Studies […]

Martha’s Vineyard Annual Collaborative Black History Month Event 2021

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Six island organizations will feature a 2-hour historical perspective panel discussion on Music, Art, and the Black Family. Featuring keynote speaker Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM 2019 TEDx Speaker. Panel Itinerary: Welcome Dr. Lorna Andrade Keynote Address and Multimedia Presentation & Q&A Carole Copeland Thomas BREAK 10 Minutes Heather Seger Martha’s Vineyard Museum Allyson […]

NBF Presents: Black History Reexamined

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In two groundbreaking works, 2020 National Book Award–honored authors Tamara Payne (The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X, Winner, Nonfiction) and Isabel Wilkerson (Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent, Longlist, Nonfiction) deconstruct and re-contextualize Black experiences in America—Payne through the lens of the famed civil rights leader Malcolm X, and Wilkerson through centuries […]

2021 Black History Month Virtual Festival in France

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Join us for the 2021 Black History Month Virtual Festival in France on February 4, 2021 from 2pm to 7pm. The festival will be celebrating the Association for the Study of African American Life and History 95th Annual Black History Theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity We'll also be honoring the legacy of […]

The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum 2021 Black History Month Event

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Presentation by Angela Dodson, a member of Marshall’s Journalism Hall of Fame and the first Black journalist to edit a section of The New York Times. She will read from her book, “Remember the Ladies,” and discuss her life in Huntington, too. Several copies of Dodson’s book will be given away during a drawing. Dr. […]

The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum 2021 Black History Month Event

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Unveiling a new portrait of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. The artist, Sassa Wilkes, is a Marshall graduate. Huntington Mayor Steve Williams will read the 2021 Black History proclamation. Sylvia Cyrus, executive director of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), will provide remarks and react to the portrait. Ms. Cyrus’ […]

22nd Annual LEGACIES Dallas Historical Conference Theme: Law & Disorder in Dallas Revisited

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Join W. Marvin Dulaney Branch DFW ASALH at the 22nd Annual LEGACIES Dallas Historical Conference! This years theme: Law & Disorder in Dallas Revisited This conference will be held virtually as well as video tours of various parts of the Old Red Courthouse to be shown between presentations. Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park […]