Posted by: wadahp | January 19, 2011

AAAHRP 2011 BLACK HISTORY CONFERENCE

This is one conference that you don’t want to miss!

Date: Saturday, February 5, 2011

Location: Northwest African American Museum (NAAM), 2300 South Massachusetts Street, Seattle, WA

Honorary Chair: King County Councilmember Larry Gossett

Keynote Speaker: Tacoma Mayor, The Honorable Marilyn Strickland

Please visit www.aaahrp.org                       

This high caliber conference, anticipated to be the best ever, is a rare opportunity to enhance your knowledge of black history from local, national and international presenters. Sessions are lively, informative, thought-provoking. The conference will reveal new scholarship, current trends, and exciting avenues for new research and presentation.

DON’T MISS IT! TIME IS RUNNING OUT! ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER BY MAIL! ONLY $60 THROUGH JAN 22, 2011!

Speakers are arriving from Croatia, Italy, Mexico and around the United States to share quality and unique research on topics that include: A Black Minor in the Chinese Army; The Impact of Hate Speech in a Post-Racial Society; The Black Diaspora 1892-1925; WW II “Buffalo Soldiers”; Kansas City to Seattle: Emma Ray’s Racial Uplift and Interracial Cooperation; Washington State’s Art Fletcher and The American Dream; Irene Morgan, the freedom fighter a nation nearly forgot; John Thomas Gayton, Patriarch of Seattle; The complexity of marriage choice among Afro-Mexicans in Seventeenth-Century Veracruz, Mexico; The history of Black United States Marshals in America; Lesser-Known (More Obscure and Invisible) Black Women in History, Blacks in World War II Germany and much, much more.

Visit the 2011 Conference Info page at www.aaahrp.org for complete conference information, and to register.

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