Dr. Ethel H. Hall African-American Heritage Month Celebration

 

The University of Alabama School of Social Work established the Dr. Ethel H. Hall African-American Heritage Month Celebration in 1989 to commemorate the legacy of late educator and UA alumna Dr. Ethel H. Hall, the first African American to serve as vice president of the Alabama State Board of Education. Held in February during Black History Month, the celebration brings together UA students, faculty, staff, alumni, Hall’s family and community members through festivities and distinguished guest speakers who shine a light on social justice, equality and education, hallmarks of Dr. Hall’s life.

 

2021 AAHM Program Information