ASALH Resources

The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity Black History Month Resources

For Black History Month 2021, the ASALH Publications Committee has researched and provided a number of resources from the ASALH Archives for ASALH members, branches and other interested parties that help tell the story of the Black Family

Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history

– Carter G. Woodson

The Black Family in the Negro History Bulletin

A collection of geneological data and articles related to the Black Family found the Negro Hisory Bulletin

The Black Family in the Journal of Negro Hisory

A bibliography of material found in the Journal of Negro History related to the Black Family arranged by theme.

The Black Family: Activities for the Classroom

A collection of K-12 Classroom material and family activities for people interested in discussing the Black family with youth.

Invest in the human soul. Who knows, it might be a diamond in the rough.”

Mary McLeod Bethune

ASALH Publications Committee:

Lopez Matthews, Jr. Co-Chair, David K. Walton, Sr., Co-Chair, Trichita Chestnut, Dennis Doster, Cherisse Jones-Branch, Ida Jones, Lionel Kimble, Tina Ligon, Niketha McKenzie, Zebulon Miletsky, Kenvi Phillips

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