SCHOLARSHIP | HISTORY | EXCELLENCE | ACHIEVEMENTBlack History Event Hosted by the Dr. Edna B. Mckenzie Branch of ASALHRegistration Required FEBRUARY 12 VIRTUAL EVENT | 11AM-1PM ET . . . So much of our energy is spent in overcoming the constricting environment in which we live that little energy is left for creating new ideasContinue reading “First Annual Dr. Charles R. Drew Knowledge Bowl”
106TH ANNUAL MEETING AND VIRTUAL CONFERENCECo-hosted by the ASALH Florida BranchesSeptemer 2021 In these extraordinary times, The Association for the Study of African American Life and History recognizes that we need each other now more than ever. With the limitations of the worldwide pandemic in mind, we have decided to move our 106th Conference toContinue reading “ASALH: 106th Annual Meeting & Virtual Conference”
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT — OPEN TO PUBLIC ON ASALH TV The Black Family: United by History, Restored by Storytelling includes workshops, Q&A sessions, panel discussions, and a certificate program Join us for our project launch on June 26th with insightful presentations by Tracey Artis from Black Family Reunion and Therese Nelson of Black Culinary History. Through this launchContinue reading “The Black Family: United by History, Restored by Storytelling”
Free-ish:Thirteenth Amendment Exception Clause. Ava DuVernay’s thought-provoking documentary film “13th” explores the history of racial inequality in the United States focusing on the fact that the nation’s prisons disproportionately house a high percentage of African Americans. Letter from the Ronald Saunders, President of the Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Branch of ASALH On June 14, IContinue reading “Juneteenth 1865”
MAY 22 | 11 AM – 1 PM ET The Pittsburgh Branch of ASALH is coming together fora dynamic Book Festival. Featuring storytelling and a power-packed Author Roundtable.Reflecting on the ASALH 2021 Theme: The Black Family—Representation, Identity, and Diversity BOOK FESTIVAL& Author Roundtable Hosted by the Dr. Edna B. McKenzie Pittsburgh Branch of ASALHMAY 2211 AMContinue reading “Malcolm X Weekend Book Festival”
Forced sterilization and the American cultural agreement with this practice robbed women of color of control of their own bodies, destinies, and communities.
A New Play by Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall. “Dreams of Emmett Till” produced by the Law and Policy Group. A must-see for everyone!
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH BRANCH EVENTMARCH 13 | 11:30 AM – 1 PM ET Lecture by Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham “From Labor Strikes to Clubwomen’s Institutions: The Rich Tradition of Southern Black Women’s Labor Organizing“ View Event on ASALH National In her lecture Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham will discuss African American clubwomen such as Dora Lee Jones, firstContinue reading “Women’s History Month 2021”