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Association for the Study of African American Life and History

Carter G. Woodson 136th Birthday Commemoration


For more information on the Carter G. Woodson Home Site click here.

Carter G. Woodson, Founder of ASALH

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Dear   ,
join ASALH, the National Park Service,  Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, the African American Experience Fund, and Shiloh Baptist Church as we remember and celebrate our Founder Dr. Carter G. Woodson.   
Monday, December 19, 2011
Shiloh Baptist Church
1510 Ninth Street, NW
6:00 - 8:00 PM
The Program and Reception are free and open to the public

The US Park Police and the Metropolitan Police are collaborating to provide safe street parking for this event.

Come and hear the Director of the National Park Service, Mr. Jon Jarvis share an update on the progress of the restoration of the Woodson Home site and other exciting projects that involve our youth. Special participants include:
-James Stewart, ASALH National President
-Andrew Ray, National President of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity -Vincent Gray, Mayor of the District of Columbia
-Bob Stanton, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior
-Members of the Woodson family, Members of Congress and others.


Sylvia Y. Cyrus, Executive Director 

Janet Sims-Wood, Vice President for Membership
President, Bethel-Dukes Branch

Elnora Lewis, President
Carter G. Woodson Branch

Dorothy Bailey, President  Prince Georges County Truth Branch

Yolanda Boyd, President
Van McCoy Legacy Branch

Natalie Howard, President
C. DeLores Tucker Branch

86th Annual Black History Month Luncheon Tickets Available!
Click here to purchase tickets and tables 

The 2012 Black History Theme is
Black Women in American Culture and History 
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Johnetta Cole, Director of the National Museum of African Art Museum.

Click here to view the list iconic women who serve on our honorary committee!  
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Renaissance Hotel
999 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC
Doors open at 12:30 sharp!