ASALH

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ASALHAssociation for the Study of African American Life and History
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ASALH was founded in 1915 by the great Black historian Dr.
Woodson did it all from 1538 9th Street, his home from 1915 until his death; the building continued to serve as ASALH's offices until the 1970s.
Woodson began "Negro History Week" in 1926, which later evolved into the present-day "Black History Month." In 2006, the National Park Service declared Woodson's Washington, D.C., home--from which he directed ASALH operations--a National Historic Site.
Jones, the senior manuscript librarian with Moorland Spingarn Research Center at Howard University and a member of ASALH, said, "Bennett's effort to uncover history was in line with this year's black history theme, 'The Souls of Black Folk: A Centennial Reflection.'"
For additional information contact Irena Webster, ASALH, 7961 Eastern Ave.
24 through March 1, view an installation by Elisabeth Condon, a collaborative show by Jen Nugent and Jack Arbaugh, ASALH: Black Muse and the all-media juried show, Work of He(art).
All proposals must be submitted electronically to ASALH through the All Academic online system.
Woodson Scholars Medallion from the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History (ASALH) in 2005.
The "bulk" of our research data was collected via a faculty panel named, "The State and Future of the PhD in Black Studies: Six Institutional Perspectives" held at the September 2006 Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) annual meeting in Atlanta.
Educators can purchase The Souls of Black Folk: Centennial Reflections, a 2003 Black History Month kit from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH).
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) will hold its eighty-seventh annual meeting, October 2-6, 2002 at the Radisson Plaza in Orlando, Florida.
On view through March 9: works by George Pratt and Sarasota Magazine contributor John Pirman, plus ASALH: Black Muse 2018.