Thank you for joining us for the 48th Annual DC History Conference! We want to hear from you as we strive to make our annual event a more engaging, meaningful, and enjoyable experience. Please fill […]
March 31 at the Charles Sumner School Museum & Archives April 1 – 2 at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library
The second session will focus on contemporary issues addressing health and well-being among Black athletes. It will feature a round table discussion among former NFL players and sports medicine professionals about issues of race norming, […]
Enjoy a delightful evening of classical, Gospel, and sacred music, featuring the music of composers of African descent, performed by some of our region’s top musicians.
The Colors and Forms of History Featuring works by Doba Afolabi, Sheryll Cashin, Bernie Houston, and Chris Malone Opening Receptions: Friday, February 4, 6-8PM & Saturday, February 5, 2-6PM ZENITH SALON/UPPER NORTHWEST GALLERY:1429 Iris Street, […]
ASALH’s incoming president will announce the second annual virtual Black History Month Festival program series. The 2022 Black History theme is “Black Health and Wellness.” The various programs will illuminate the theme through panel discussions […]
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 […]
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 […]
This panel will explore the path forward in the quest for racial equality, social justice and DC Statehood.