ASALH Bookstore

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The ASALH Bookstore is dedicated to offering you a
wide selection of African American literature, scholarly
works, DVDs, and more.

Feel free to browse the titles we have
to offer.

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Message In The Music
HIP HOP History & Pedagogy
Edited by: Derrick P. Alridge, James B. Stewart, and V.P. Franklin

Message in the Music brings together wide-ranging,
critical, and detailed essays that examine Hip Hop as
one of the most influential cultural phenomena of the
past half-century. Written by historians, social scientists,
literary critics, and educators, the essays examine the
current state of Hip Hop, investigate its historical and
philosophical linkages to previous African American social
and cultural movements, and explore the ways it may
be employed as an emancipatory pedagogy for youth in
the United States and around the world. By
re-engaging ongoing debates in Hip Hop while offering
fresh insights from young scholars across a variety of
disciplines and perspectives, this collection has much to
offer academics, students, teachers, and parents.

Reflections on Carter G. Woodson
with Drs. John Hope Franklin
and Adelaide M. Cromwell

ASALH is proud to offer for sale a DVD of Professors
John Hope Franklin and Adelaide M. Cromwell
reflecting on the life and times of Carter G.
Woodson.  Filmed at ASALH's 91st annual
conference, the nearly 2 hour recording provides
not only insight on the life of Woodson, but also on
their own lives in the 1930's and 1940's.

The Mis-Education of the Negro
By Dr. Carter G. Woodson

Originally published in 1933, The Mis-Education of
the Negro
is back thanks to the ASALH Press.  With
a foreward by V.P. Franklin, editor of the
Journal of
African American History
, this edition of the seminal
work of Dr. Woodson is great for classroom
discussion and personal enjoyment alike.  Special
rates are availalbe for bulk orders.  Please contact
ASALH for more information at 202-238-5910.

Click here for a free study guide