Ancestry Quotes to Inspire and Uplift

A compilation of inspiring quotes from around the world designed to uplift and commemorate the Ancestors. These quotes help deepen appreciation of who we in the African diaspora are, and inspire a love of our history.

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Bristol City Windrush Day Celebration

Featuring members of the African and African Caribbean including Cleo Lake (Lord Mayor) and Councillor Asher Craig (Deputy Mayor communities, Equalities and Public Health). Hear what local people are saying about the Windrush Day commemoration held in Bristol. We look forward to visiting Leicester’s African Caribbean Centre, Maidstone Road, Leicester, LE2 0UD. See our Eventbrite…

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Brixton Library: Jamaica’s First Maroon War

Who are the Maroons of Jamaica? Why did Britain go to war with them? Who were the leaders? There were great Black leaders of freedom movements in modern Black History, but could the first Maroons War of Jamaica the great story of slavery and resistance in modern Black History? Trailblazing author and family historian Paul…

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Black History Month 2018: The Slave Compensation

This Black History Month 2018 with Paul Crooks Trailblazing author and family historian Paul Crooks captivates his audience during Black History Month 2018. He will discuss how he traced his ancestors and the truth about the British Government’s decision to abolish slavery and the slave compensation payments that followed. Paul traced his African forebears enslaved…

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Marking the 40th Anniversary of the Mini-Series – London Tour

London, Friday, 24 February 2017 Author and specialist in African Caribbean is excited to announce a series of landmark talks to mark Alex Haley’s epic family saga ROOTS Paul Crooks – the first Black Briton to trace African ancestors who were enslaved in Jamaica 200 years ago Paul will be touring London venues throughout 2017.…

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