CAS Reads Big presents an incomparable evening of storytelling, discussion, and prescription as celebrated author Marita Golden discusses her latest book, The Strong Black Woman: How a Myth Endangers the Physical and Mental Health of Black Women. […]
The 48th annual DC History Conference takes place March 31 – April 2, 2022. The DC History Conference is an interdisciplinary, community conference considering the past, present, and future of the District, co-presented by the DC History […]
TUESDAY, JUNE 8 & FRIDAY, JUNE 18 ~ 1:00 PM TO 2:30 PM ~ FREE Ida B. Wells-Barnett; the Chicago Defender, Pittsburgh Courier, and California Eagle newspapers; Ebony magazine; and local papers started by business entrepreneurs in […]
MAY 5 AT 7:30 PM From an enslaved African American purchasing his freedom to a 20th-century eminent domain land seizure, Between Freedom and Equality: The History of an African American Family in Washington, DC (June 2021) is […]
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April 16, 2021, 6PM 11AM TIME HAS CHANGED Join us for our annual DC Emancipation Commemoration Event. April 16, 1862, Congress passed a compensated emancipation act which…
April 16, 2021, 6PM 11AM TIME HAS CHANGED Join us for our annual DC Emancipation Commemoration Event. April 16, 1862, Congress passed a compensated emancipation act which allowed 3,100 people to be freed in the […]
April 16, 2021, 4:30pm Join us and our guest Bernice Bennett to learn how to research the United States Colored Troops pension files.
Apr. 15 | 7:00 PM Join us and our guest Dr. Ida Jones to discuss the work of African American women in the suffrage movement during the early 20th century.