Virtual Online Book Fair, family friendly event! ZOOM Meeting ID 852 1781 7769. No password needed.
The DC Public Library Celebrates the Culture and Accomplishments of the Black Family. February 2, 4PM – Teen Tuesday: Open Mic Night Poets between the ages of 13 – 19 are invited to perform works in […]
Following a turbulent but momentous month, February hopefully marks a month of celebration with Black History Month. Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm, Saturday 8am – 4pm On Saturday enter on 12th St […]
For much of the nineteenth century, Bishop Henry McNeal Turner was a voice for justice and humanity. He served as a minister, educator and U.S.C.T. veteran. On February 1, 7:00 PM The African American Civil […]
See this program online Keynote Speaker – Dr. Reed Tuckson Black Coalition Against Covid-19 MC – Aaron Holmes Remarks from the Mayor’s Office of African/American Affairs DC City Council Dr. Frank Smith, Founding Director of […]
The Black Power in Washington D.C. website charts the rise, fall and resurgence of Black Power activism in the nation’s preeminent Chocolate City between 1961 and 1998 using a web based map and approximately 50 historical photographs.
Announcement of the Black History Month theme and Introduction of ASALH’s Inaugural Virtual Black History Month Festival