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MISSION

Founded in 1915, by Dr. Carter G. Woodson and a group of visionaries, ASALH is dedicated to the following mission: to promote, research, preserve, interpret and disseminate information about Black life, history and culture to the global community.


Carter G. Woodson

Mary M. Bethune
Individual Memberships
  • General............................................$65
  • Senior (65+).....................................$45
  • Student.............................................$35
  • Dual ($65 plus spouse pays $35)....$100
  • International General.......................$100
  • Interim Life.......................................$200*
  • Junior Life (up to 18 years of age)...$500
  • Life ..................................................$1,000
Group Memberships
  • Corporate.........................................$1,500
  • Institutional ......................................$250
*Payable in 5 equal annual installments.
Dues Membership year is January 1 - December 31 Join by Jan. 1st to receive all publications and benefits.





John R. Hawkins

George C. Hall
OR JOIN THE TRADITIONAL WAY!

The links below will allow you to download membership forms in various formats. You can send the form by mail to:

ASALH Membership
Howard Center
2225 Georgia Avenue, NW
Suite 331
Washington, DC 20059

If you have further questions, contact Byron Dunn
[email: bydunn@asalh.net  phone: (202) 239-5910].

Download the Membership Form (PDF)




Robert E. Park

John Hope
Membership Benefits Include:

*A free subscription to the Journal of African American History (Formerly the Journal of Negro History), the Jewel of ASALH, edited by V.P.Franklin.

*Discounts on Conference Registration Fees.

*Corporate and Institutional Members also receive the Black History Month "Kit" (Posters, Learning Resources CD, and Magazine), two subscriptions to the Black History Bulletin, and all the same benefits that individual members receive.

*One vote at each year's Executive Council election.

*Ability to post books to the ASALH Bookshelf.

*Post your news, events, and jobs to the ASALH. Community Board for free.


JOIN NOW!

Dues Membership year is January 1 - December 31 Join by Jan. 1st to receive all publications and benefits.

Photo Credits:

The images of Carter G. Woodson and Mary McLeod Bethune are from the actual stamps of the United States Postal Service.

The image of George Cleveland Hall was borrowed from: http://www.mclibrary.duke.edu/hmc/exhibits/blkhist/, a very informative Black History month site.

The image of John R. Hawkins is from G. F. Richling, Evidences of Progress among Colored People (Philadelphia: 1902) digitized by the University of North Carolina Library's Documenting the American South Project, an outstanding southern history project. See: http://docsouth.unc.edu/church/richings/ill27.html