Empowering Staff Networks: Discovering the Legacy of the Spanish Maroons of Jamaica.

This presentation offers a captivating journey into the remarkable history of the Akan Maroons of Jamaica. Guided by Paul's personal quest to unearth his family's black heritage, participants will embark on a profound exploration of the pivotal decisions that paved the way for emancipation in the Caribbean and North America.

Through this engaging talk, we will shine a spotlight on the courageous ancestors who valiantly resisted racial injustice, igniting inspiration for individuals to elevate their personal and professional lives. By immersing ourselves in the legacy of the Akan Maroons, we will develop a deep appreciation for their unwavering resilience, boundless creativity, and resourcefulness, all of which laid the foundation for an unwavering pursuit of racial justice and equality.

Furthermore, this presentation will delve into the Maroon War, a seminal event that catalyzed the decline of European transatlantic enslavement. It underscores the paramount importance of recognizing and celebrating diverse cultural heritages as powerful catalysts for fostering a sense of belonging and inclusion.

This talk warmly welcomes anyone with a passion for Black history, whether they are new to exploring their family's roots or seeking to deepen their knowledge of this rich narrative. Valuable insights and resources will be shared to assist those engaged in the search for their ancestors or facing challenges in advancing their genealogical pursuits.


This talk can be customized to align with specific requirements or objectives.