Black Genealogy | Tracing African Caribbean Ancestry to Early 1880
Join Paul Crooks on an enlightening journey as he unveils his groundbreaking research and invaluable insights into tracing Black ancestry dating back to the 1880s. Discover a treasure trove of records tailored specifically for Black genealogical research, alongside a wealth of materials of broader historical interest.
This presentation is not just a history lesson; it's an essential resource for both individuals and organizations eager to delve into the rich tapestry of their cultural heritage. By attending, you'll embark on a path to a deeper connection with your roots, fostering a profound sense of identity and belonging.
Paul's captivating talk equips attendees with the tools to overcome the challenges that often accompany the quest to trace one's ancestors. Whether you're a novice eager to explore your family's history, an intermediate researcher seeking alternative sources, or someone looking to deepen your understanding of Black History, this event caters to all levels of expertise.
Expect to gain a one-of-a-kind perspective on both Black and British history, with intriguing insights into the compelling backstories of the Windrush generation. Attending this event promises to be a transformative experience, shedding light on a vital chapter in history and enriching your connection to the past. Don't miss out on this remarkable opportunity to unearth your heritage and embrace the captivating narratives of the past.
This talk can be customized to align with specific requirements or objectives.