Theme: "Black History: Full Disclosure"
Dates: Saturday, March 21, 2009 and Sunday, March 22, 2009
Location: Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA
With the theme "Black History: Full Disclosure," the Association for African
American Historical Research and Preservation (AAAHRP) will meet at Seattle
University, to bring together historians, scholars, students, and community members
to present, learn and discuss historical information related to people of African
descent. AAAHRP encourages wide discussions of historical questions, so it is only
fitting that this conference is being held two months after the inauguration of
The AAAHRP two-day black history conference, the only one of its type held in the Pacific Northwest, will feature presenters from across the U.S. and other countries, and will include paper sessions, panels, roundtables, and workshops. All sessions will be held at the Seattle University campus.
Noted researcher Tim Pinnick will deliver the keynote address "African American History: The Rest of the Story."
Ed Diaz, AAAHRP founder and president will answer his own question: "Who in the world was Eugene Bullard, and why should we care?"
For additional conference details, including the names of the scheduled presenters, and registration information, please visit www.aaahrp.org.
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