2017 Conference

November 2-4 
Long Beach California 
The Queen Mary
1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802

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The African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) was founded in 1969 as an association of scholars of African descent, dedicated to the exploration, preservation and academic presentation of the heritage of African peoples on the ancestral soil of Africa and in the diaspora.  For more than four decades it has been the major challenger of Eurocentric view of Africa and African Studies and a leader of the struggle to ignite an African Renaissance. 

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African Heritage Studies Association
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East Point, GA  30344

President: Lisa Aubrey
Vice President: Ife Williams
Secretary General: Darlita Moye
Treasurer:  William Dorsey


November 2-4 

Long Beach California 

​Queen Mary

​1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802

The Interim AHSA Board consists of responders to the call for an AHSA Planning Meeting and immediate past members of the AHSA Board.


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Membership Fees:

Regular: $100

Retirees: $75

Student: $50

Life Member: $1,500

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A review of AHSA's goals and former conference programs illustrate the importance of AHSA's role as the major challenger of  the Eurocentric view of Africa and African Studies.

 ..............2018 Conference..............

Expanding AHSA’s Global Outreach: Education, Communication, Activism, Cultural and Economic Partnerships

African Heritage Studies Association

President: Lisa Aubrey 



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