Professor Katrina Bell McDonald’s book (with Caitlin Cross-Barnet), Marriage in Black, has been selected as a “Featured Author” book for the 93rd Annual Black History Luncheon given by the Association for the Study of African American Culture and Society! ASALH was founded by Carter G. Woodson (known as the “Father of Black History”), and it established the Journal of Negro History, the Negro History Bulletin, and what is now Black History Month. Katrina McDonald and Caitlin Cross-Barnett will be honored at the luncheon in DC on February 16 at the Washington Renaissance Hotel and will be awarded a book signing event that afternoon. They expect approximately 1,000 luncheon attendees. Congratulations!
January 16, 2019
Featured Author book for the 93rd Annual Black History LuncheonBy Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Krieger School of Arts & Sciences