ASALH

AcronymDefinition
ASALHAssociation for the Study of African American Life and History
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Woodson Lifetime Achievement Award from ASALH, the society Woodson--called "the father of black history"--established in 1915.
The only way the history (of the Civil War) will be as inclusive as it should be is if we take ownership," says ASALH executive director Sylvia Cyrus, adding that the nation is still "woefully lacking in the history of Blacks in the war.
Woodson began this celebration more than 90 years ago," said Sylvia Cryus-Albritton, executive director of ASALH.
28 are these exhibitions: Nature's Voice (Regina Benson), Tradition Gone Wild (Venetian Society of Basket Weavers), ASALH Black Muse 2014 and Breaking Tradition, an open, all-media juried exhibition.
Woodson began this celebration more than 90 years ago," said Sylvia Cyrus-Albritton, executive director of ASALH.
28: Nature's Voice, quilts by Regina Benson; Tradition Gone Wild, featuring pieces from the Venetian Society of Basket Weavers; ASALH Black Muse 2014; and Breaking Tradition, an open, all-media juried exhibition.
He was an active participant in the annual meetings of ASALH and delighted in seeing old friends and former students.
17: For the Love of Art (featuring Florida Division of Cultural Affairs award winners), ASALH Black Muse, an ACS instructors show, and Point of View, an all-media juried exhibition.