Sponge on a Mission: an Emerging Professional's #AASLH2019 Experience

By Schillica Howard, Banneker-Douglass Museum, Annapolis, MD When I learned…


Becoming a More Inclusive AASLH

By Richard M. Josey Jr., AASLH Diversity and Inclusion Committee Vice-Chair…


Creating Inclusive Environments for History Practitioners: #AASLH2019 Conference Sessions

By Stacy Klingler, AASLH Diversity and Inclusion Committee  Diversity and…


Douglas Evelyn Scholarship for Diversity Now Accepting Applications

The Douglas Evelyn Scholarship for Diversity is named in honor of Douglas…


Chime In Before the Annual Meeting

Museum as Site for Social Action (MASS Action) Mia Convening, October 6-8,…


Kansas City Host Committee Announces $20,000 in Annual Meeting Scholarships

The 2018 Kansas City Host Committee is pleased to offer fellowships to increase…


Sharing Nashville’s Civil Rights Past with the Police

Supervisors to first-responders attend training offered by staff of the Civil…


Cultural Competency: A Powerful Tool for Change

At the 2016 AASLH Annual Meeting, the Educators and Interpreters Committee…


Webinar: Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion at Museums and Historic Sites

Museums and other history-minded institutions have the ability to connect a…