We pay tribute and give thanks to those who fought for Black History and culture. Their commitments and legacies will not be forgotten. The African Heritage Studies Association is grateful and honored to celebrate them.
Dr. Maya Angelou
The African Heritage Studies Association is honored to pay tribute to the life and legacy of our dear sister, Dr. Maya Angelou, a national treasure, much loved, respected and mourned by people around the world.
Dr. Vincent Harding
At various times and in various ways, Dr. Vincent Harding has made extraordinary contributions to the reconstruction of Black history and culture. The African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) is honored to pay tribute to this radical democrat, pioneering historian and theologian, innovative teacher and civil rights activist who made human rights, justice and peace his lifelong quest.
Larry "Obadele" Williams
Larry "Obadele" Williams was committed to the deconstruction, reclamation, and celebration of African history and culture. The African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) pays tribute to his life and works.