Order the book from Amazon:

Wilburn Hayden's Book: Appalachian Black People: Identity, Location and Racial Barriers is available on-line. To get your copy of the book from Amazon, follow this link. Checkout: The Black Diaspora: Black Appalachians, Canadian Blacks and Descendants from the African Continent at http://africanablackpeoples.blogspot.com/

Monday, December 14, 2015

Join me at the

39th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference
Voices from the Misty Mountains: Diversity and Unity, a New Appalachia
ASA Conference Rates
Individual ASA Conference Registration
($175 after March 2)
Student ASA Conference Registration
($125 after March 2)
March 18-20, 2016
Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia

Look for me at in the Exhibit Hall with books for sale. I will also be presenting at the session:

Black Appalachian Studies - Three Pioneers Gather

Session AbstractEd Cabbell, Wilburn Hayden, and Bill Turner – natives of Appalachian WV, NC, and KY – have combined roles as academics, researchers, and community organizers since 1968.  Cabbell’s master’s thesis at Appalachian State University launched Black Appalachian Studies; Hayden served as President of the Appalachian Studies Association and Turner, once Distinguished NEH Professor of Black and Appalachian Studies at Berea College received the Association’s Williams/Brown Service Award. They will reflect on race matters in Appalachia.

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