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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) today announced it is terminating consultation on the development of a Section 106 agreement with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) in the Resolution Copper Project and Southeast Arizona Land Exchange, Tonto National Forest (TNF) in Arizona.


The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation's podcast, Preservation Perspectives, focused on the African American history of Historic Natchez, Mississippi, in this episode, featuring Mimi Miller, Executive Director Emerita of Historic Natchez Foundation.

Miller talks about the slave trade in Natchez and the historic places associated with African American life in the town, including the Natchez National Cemetery, where many African Americans who fought in the Civil War were laid to rest. She also discusses the work being done to preserve these important places that tell the full story of our country.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As requested by the President, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) Chairman Aimee Jorjani announced her resignation, effective today.

Per the statute, Vice Chairman Rick Gonzalez will carry out the functions of the Chairman while the position of Chairman is vacant.

Jorjani was nominated by President Donald Trump and confirmed unanimously by the U.S. Senate on June 27, 2019.


The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is kicking of African American History Month 2021 with an episode of our podcast, Preservation Perspectives.

Chairman Aimee Jorjani speaks with Dr. Kwesi Daniels, Department Head and Assistant Professor at the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science at Tuskegee University, about the first Black architects at the school and the now-historic buildings they designed.

Stay tuned to the ACHP’s social media channels and website throughout the month to learn about the historic places that help tell the complete American story.

The White House Initiative to Promote Excellence and Innovation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the White House Domestic Policy Council, the Initiative and federal agency partners, including the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, convened to explore how the federal sector can best expand the overall impact of HBCUs on the principal missions of agencies. This resulted in the first Federal HBCU Competitiveness Strategy (Strategy) to build the internal federal framework required to safeguard HBCU success for years to come and to continuously strengthen their role in delivering on agency goals and objectives.