What is the meaning of Black History Month without Black History? AAAHRP brings Black History to the public.
The Association for African American Historical Research and Preservation (AAAHRP) will hold its 4th Annual Black History Conference at Seattle University in Seattle on Saturday, February 3, 2007.
The conference theme is "The Black Experience: Presenting History's Hidden Pages (Previously Avoided, Dismissed, Forgotten, Submerged, or Unknown)." Over 60 historians, independent scholars, and educators will travel from across the nation and across the seas to help uncover those hidden pages at this one-day conference. (Listing on www.aaahrp.org "2007 Conference Info" page.)
Over 20 different sessions that include presentations of research papers, panels and workshops will be featured. (Schedule on www.aaahrp.org "Conference Schedule" page.)
The conference Keynote Speaker is Dr. Violet Malone, Professor, Emeritus, Adult Higher Education in the Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington. (Bio on www.aaahrp.org "2007 Conference Info" page.)
The registration fee is $45 for adults, $25 for seniors and students if preregistered. Registration at the door is $60 for everyone. (Registration information and mail-in form on www.aaahrp.org "2007 Conf. Registration" page.)
This is a conference that shouldn't be missed. Please help spread the word by passing this message to others who might be interested.
For complete information and registration please visit www.aaahrp.org
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