Unveiling the Economic Reasons Behind the End of Slavery: A Talk on Black History and Ancestry.
Join us in a captivating journey as Paul Crooks shares his experience in discovering his African roots and the story of his great great great grandfather's freedom from a Jamaican sugar plantation. Through this talk, you will gain insights into the economic factors that led to the abolition of slavery in the Caribbean.
Discovering stories of ancestors who stood up against racial injustice can ignite a sense of pride and motivation that can drive individuals to excel in their personal and professional endeavors. This talk is an opportunity for individuals who are passionate about Black History, and those who are interested in exploring their family ancestry.
For organizations committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in their workforce, understanding the contributions and struggles of marginalized communities is crucial. This talk can serve as a stepping stone in fostering a more inclusive and equitable work environment by promoting empathy and understanding.
Whether you are a novice or experienced in genealogy, this talk offers a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and gain new perspectives on Black History.