Thanks to supporters like you, 2015 was a spectacular year for ASALH. We celebrated our Centennial with successful events across the nation. Our 89th Annual Black History Luncheon and 100th Annual Meeting and Conference drew a record number of attendees. ASALH was recognized by the National Association of Multicultural Education and the Historical Society of DC for the work we have done to fulfill our mission. Significant progress has been made on the renovation of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson National Park site in Washington, DC. We were able to exceed our membership goals and we chartered six branches. Because of the generosity and commitment of people like you we can end this year with a renewed spirit to continue the legacy of our founder, Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Thank you so much!
On behalf of the Executive Council and staff of ASALH I wish you a new year filled with peace, joy, and meaning.
Sylvia Y. Cyrus, Executive Director