Branches

Mission of the Branches

The branch structure of ASALH reflects Carter G. Woodson’s belief that our mission of creating and disseminating knowledge about Black history could not be realized by academics alone.  He envisioned the branches as a means of extending ASALH’s reach across the country and beyond to gather primary materials about Black history and  to promote the finished results to the public through events and organizational activities.

A Renewed Emphasis on Branches

The Executive Council recognizes the importance of branches. Staff support is provided to improve the experience of ASALH mission.

Join a Branch

If you are considering joining ASALH or are already a member, become more involved in the work of  ASALH by joining one of the branches.  Branches exist in many states throughout the United States.  Some are institution-based, but most serve an area.  To find out more about the activities of the branch nearest you, please use the branch directory.

Starting a Branch

If there is no branch in your area, see the Procedures for Organizing ASALH Branches. Extend the work of ASALH by creating a new branch. Our membership team is dedicated to assisting you. For the application form, please click here or contact us via telephone or email.

Contact Byron Dunn: bydunn@asalh.net; 202-238-5910

Reinstating a Branch

ASALH has established procedures for reinstating branches that have become inactive.

ASALH Branch Reports

Each branch is required to complete the Yearly Branch Report and submit it to the ASALH Headquarters by January 15th. Branch members, please assist your president in making sure your reports are in on time.

Remember, our bylaws require that your branch status via branch reports be reviewed by our Executive Council members at the June meeting. They look forward to the report of your projects and how you promote the legacy of Dr. Woodson.

A conference call was held on November 21, 2013 to review this new reporting document. The majority of our branches had representatives on the call. Please ask your branch president share what was covered during your next meeting. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact the Vice President for Membership, Dr. Janet Sims-Wood by email.

 

 

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