2021 Conference Registration Form

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ClassSession 1:     11:00AM - 11:45AM (select one class)
   Introduction to Researching Your Family History - Learn how to get started with your family research, where to access free research tools and how to organize your research findings.
   Writing a Book Panel Discussion - A panel discussion moderated by Bernice Alexander Bennett will involve dialogue that includes thoughts from award winning authors regarding telling your own story, and the challenges faced by putting it all together. Panelists are: Melvin J. Collier & Margo Lee Williams.
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ClassSession 2:     12:00PM - 12:45PM (select one class)
   African-American Records in FamilySearch - FamilySearch maintains a collection of records, resources, and services designed to help people learn more about their family history. This session will present FamilySearch Collections for African-American Researchers.
   2021 ASALH® Black History Theme - The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity - The black family has been reverenced, stereotyped, and villified from the days of slavery to the present. The role of the black family has been described by some as a microcosm of the entire race. The varied images of the black family, in addition to topics on the nature and impact of parenting, childhood, marriage, gender norms, sexual and racial identities, health, and the role of the law provide a rich tapestry of perspectives for exploring the black family in past and present America.
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NOTE:    No change to session(s) can be made after February 1, 2021

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