Your donation to ASALH will assist in keeping Carter G. Woodson's legacy alive. For 93 years, the Association has published The Journal of African American History (formerly the Journal of Negro History, the Black History Bulletin (formerly the Negro History Bulletin) as well as hosted an annual meeting and luncheon during Black History Month.
Currently the Association is renovating a new headquarters building in Washington, DC, two blocks from Carter G. Woodson's Home. Carter G. Woodson's Appeal could not have been discovered at a more opportune moment for extending the legacy of the Father of Black History.
To learn more about ASALH, its history, and its programs, please visit, www.asalh.org.