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BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPEAKER

Paul Crooks is a Published author and Black History Month speaker. He speaks on topics relating to genealogy, and the Black History of the modern era. Paul's speaker topics include the historic struggles of Black British and North Americans against injustice, inequality, and denial of human rights.

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HOW DO I BOOK SPEAKER PAUL CROOKS?

The easiest way to book Paul as your speaker during Black History Month is to contact him completing his online contact form. Paul will respond within 24 hours to discuss your brief.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAUL CROOKS

WORLD RENOWNED GENEALOGIST. THE FIRST AFRICAN CARIBBEAN TO TRACE HIS ROOTS IN WEST AFRICA USING PUBLIC RECORDS.

WHY CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Many organizations celebrate Black History Month to enable a vision of an anti-racist culture.  The month is commonly used to bring a speaker into the workplace to support activities to eradicate microaggression in the workplace.

History inspires an understanding of difference. There are lessons to be learned from the interaction our ancestors have had with other people. In a modern world understanding of how past societies have integrated is key to people improving the world we live in.

Inspirational stories from the pages of Black history fire peoples' imaginations and can spur them on to higher levels of performance in their personal and work lives.

 

WHY BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS BENEFICIAL?

The African American pioneer Dr Carter G Woodson popularised Black History Month. He was a force for giving Black students in America a more self-respecting view of themselves. As a result of Dr Woodson's trailblazing efforts, progressive schools, colleges, public services, and global organisations in the UK and North America book speakers for Black History Month events. The effect that this has had is in bettering the social and economic condition of Black people. It has also had beneficial effects on the ethics of White people and other communities living in North America and the UK.

Source: https://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/

BOOK PAUL CROOKS

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPEAKER

Paul Crooks is an author and speaker on topics relating to genealogy, and the Black History of the modern era. Paul's topics include the historic struggles of Black British and North Americans against injustice, inequality, and denial human rights.

 

Black History Month Speakers at City of London talking about anti racism
Black history month speakers at UCL
Sign up for Ancestry Talks

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAUL CROOKS

WORLD RENOWNED GENEALOGIST. THE FIRST AFRICAN CARIBBEAN TO TRACE HIS ROOTS IN WEST AFRICA USING PUBLIC RECORDS.

Paul is a speaker who inspires people to view Black people with appreciative eyes. Specifically, he engages audiences as a speaker on tracing African Caribbean ancestry. Equally inspiring is his special knowledge of the historic struggle for racial justice, equality, and inclusion. As a result, Paul creates a safe space for employees to learn about, appreciate and respect each other’s cultural backgrounds.

HOW DO I BOOK SPEAKER PAUL CROOKS?

The easiest way to book Paul as your speaker during Black History Month is to contact him completing his online contact form. Paul will respond within 24 hours to discuss your brief.

 

WHY BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS BENEFICIAL?

The African American pioneer Dr Carter G Woodson popularised Black History Month. He was a force for giving Black students in America a more self-respecting view of themselves. As a result of Dr Woodson's trailblazing efforts, progressive schools, colleges, public services, and global organisations in the UK and North America book speakers for Black History Month events. The effect that this has had is in bettering the social and economic condition of Black people. It has also had beneficial effects on the ethics of White people and other communities living in North America and the UK.

Source: https://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/

WHY CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Many organizations celebrate Black History Month to enable a vision of an anti-racist culture.  The month is commonly used to bring a speaker into the workplace to support activities to eradicate microaggression in the workplace.

History inspires an understanding of difference. There are lessons to be learned from the interaction our ancestors have had with other people. In a modern world understanding of how past societies have integrated is key to people improving the world we live in.

Inspirational stories from the pages of Black history fire peoples' imaginations and can spur them on to higher levels of performance in their personal and work lives.

BOOK PAUL CROOKS

date / week commencing / month