2011 Photos
Luncheon Photos by Milton Williams

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(left to right) Marvin Pittman; Elsie Scott,
President, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
(CBCF); Adrina Ifill, Project Director, CBCF
Avoice; Allison Kootstra; Program Coordinator,
CBCF Avoice.
Chaplain James Key, U.S. Army, provides a
spiritual message.
(left to right) Sylvia Cyrus, ASALH Executive
Director; ASALH's youngest life member; Robert
(left to right) Frank Smith, Executive Director,
African American Civil War Freedom Memorial
and Museum Foundation; ASALH Luncheon
guest; WIlliam Simons, ASALH member; Walter
Fauntroy, Former U.S. Representative; Jake
Oliver, Publisher, Afro-American Newspaper.
(left to right) Walter Fauntroy, Fomer U.S.
Representative; Sheila Flemming-Hunter, former
ASALH President; Edolphus Towns, U.S.
Representative of New York.
(left to right) Lonnie Bunch, Director,
Smithsonian National Museum of African
Ameircan History and Culture, and author;
Lorenzo DuFau.
(left to right) Janette Hoston-Harris, former
ASALH President; ASALH Luncheon guest; Elmer
(left to right) Sylvia Cyrus, Executive Director,
ASALH; Janet Stanton and husband Robert
Stanton, Deputy Assistant Secetary, U.S.
Department of the Interior.
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2012 Luncheon and Featured Authors' Event
2012 National Black History Theme:
Black Women in American Culture and History
12:30 pm
Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel
999 9th Street, NW  |  Washington, DC 20001
202.898.9000  |  
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