SOURCE: ABC News
Since Woodson's death in 1950, the organization that he founded, the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History -- now called the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) -- has fought to keep his legacy alive.
The official theme of Black History Month 2019, “Black Migrations,” is a fitting one: not only is migration one of today’s most pressing political issues, but it’s also a key part of the annual observance’s own history.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Carter G. Woodson’s unpublished work was discovered in 2005 by a Howard University history professor.
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