Annual Luncheon Authors Book Signing

ASALH Author's Book Signing
91st Annual ASALH Black History Month Luncheon
& Featured Authors Event

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February 25, 2017
Authors Event: 10 a.m. – 12: 00 p.m.
Luncheon: 12:15 p.m.

Washington Renaissance Hotel
999 Ninth Street, NW. | Washington, DC 20001
202-824-9200

The Authors event is free and open to the public!

Our keynote speaker, The Hon. James Clyburn, will sign copies of his book at the conclusion of the luncheon. You may purchase your book during the Featured Authors Event. You may download a copy of the announcement flyer by clicking the image below.

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2017 Featured Authors

Author’s Name Author’s Work(S)
Gwendolyn N. Adams
  • “I know what I am Eating”
Kwame Alexander
  •  The Crossover
  • Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band
H. Victoria Hargro Atkerson
  • Buttermilk Bottom
Hon. Dr. Jean Augustine and 2 others
  • 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women-2016
A. Wellington Barlow
  • Guilty, Until Proven Innocent: The Letter
    vs. The Spirit of the Law
Gail P. Bingham
  • Teaching is the New Slavery
Ruben Britt, Jr.
  • Winter in America: The Social and Moral Decline of a Great Nation Created
Blue Lion Films, Inc.
  • Paris Noir – African Americans in Paris (documentary film)
Maurice A. Butler
  • Out From the Shadow
  • Demons In The Closet
Yasmin Carty
  • Proverbs and Phrases with Meanings
  • Pitfalls of Internet Email and Telemarketing Offers
Julia A. Davis
  • I Like My Brown Skin
Aaron L. Day
  • History Lessons Then and Now
John DeSantis
  • The Thibodaux Massacre: Racial Violence and the 1887 Sugar Cane Labor Strike
CeLillianne Green
  • A Bridge: The Poetic Primer on African
    and American Experiences
Hilary N. Green
  • Educational Reconstruction: African American Schools in the Urban South, 1865-1890
Linda M. Heywood
  • Njinga of Angola Africa’s Warrior Queen
Marion E. Hines
  • Two Hundred Years of Public Education in the Nation’s Capitol, 1804-2014:Profiles of 500 Key Women Educators
Carolyn E. Hood-Kourdache
  • David Tate: Origins, Life of Creek Chieftain Without a Tribe
  • Formerly of Montpelier, A Plantation
Mary E. Ivey
  • Another Woman at the Well
Karen A. Johnson, Abul Pitre, Kenneth L. Johnson
  • African American Women Educators: A Critical Examination of their Pedagogies, Educational Ideas, and Activism
Rashauna Johnson
  • Slavery’s Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans during the Age of Revolutions
Mary Kaplan
  • The Tuskegee Veterans Hospital and Its Black Physicians
  • Solomon Carter Fuller Where My Caravan Has Rested
Carolyn Mattocks
  • “I Can Do Anything”
  • “I Can Do Anything, Too: A Latino’s Guide To Choosing A Career”
Henry A. May
  • First Black Autos, Charles Richard “C.R.” Patterson
Tracey Chiles McGhee
  • Melting the Blues
Todd M. Michney
  • Surrogate Suburbs: Black Upward Mobility and Neighborhood Change
Juanita Patience Moss
  • Anthracite Coal art by Charles Edgar Patience
Michael Nash
  • Islam Among Urban Blacks “Muslim in North New Jersey a Social History”
Tracy R. Powell, Ph.D.
  • Practical Leadership on Lessons Learned from Mickey
W. Sherman Rogers
  • The Winners and Losers in the American Capitalist Economy: A Premier
  • The African American Entrepreneur Then and Now
Charles K. Ross
  • Mavericks, Money, and Men
Jennifer Scanlon
  • Until There Is Justice – The Life of Anna Arnold Hedgeman
Felicia R. Shakespeare
  • You Are Your Brand: Building from the Inside Out
Robyn C. Spencer
  • The Revolution has Come: Black Power, Gender and the Black Panther Party in Oakland
Louis Stokes with David Chanott
  • The Gentleman from Ohio
Karen Kruse Thomas
  • Deluxe Jim Crow: Civil Rights and American Health Policy, 1935-1954
  • Health and Humanity: A History of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1935-1985
Hatie Washington
  • Driven to Succeed
John A. White, Jr.
  • Soldiers of the Cross; The African American Journey from Slavery to the Promised Land
Margo Lee Williams
  • From Hill Town to Strieby: Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie “Back Country” of Randolph County, North Carolina
Roland Leander Williams, Jr.
  • Black Male Frames: African Americans in a Century of Hollywood Cinema, 1903-2003
Nazera Sadiq Wright
  • Black Girlhood in the Nineteenth Century
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