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Black History Month

Storytelling Toolkit

Stories of resistance and resilience provide guidance and resources to help us forge forward on our journeys.  Preserving history and creating new stories offers future generations relevant, relatable resources to draw from.  

The Association for the Study of African American Life and History in collaboration with Archival Alchemy® presents, The Black Family: United by History, Restored by Storytelling. This national program centers the legacy of Black family reunions while encouraging families of all backgrounds to build and renew their own traditions and stories. This free self-guided certificate program includes pre-recorded workshops and resources that aim to demonstrate how oral storytelling, genealogy, and familial archiving can serve as a return and a way forward.