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Fri, Oct 13 2017

BLACK ANCESTRY TALKS,

London, England, United Kingdom London, England, United Kingdom

  • About the event

    Paul is a trailblazing genealogist and author of acclaimed novel Ancestors. Paul traced his family back 6 generations to Ami Djaba who was living in the Krobo Mountain, Ghana. Paul’s appearance on Who Do You Think You Are? (Moira Stuart) inspired a generation to start exploring their Black and British ancestry.

    Paul will talk about the inspiration behind his acclaimed novel Ancestors, including his ancestral links to Jamaican slaves who - in 1832 - brought forward the timetable for the abolition of slavery in the British dominions.

    An enjoyable, interactive family-friendly talk that will appeal to anyone interested in Black history and exploring family history.

    Come and ask questions about how to start exploring family history. Who knows? Maybe you'll be inspired to explore your Ancestry and write your own intriguing family history.

    Why should you sponsor?

    Reach out aspiring the African/African Caribbean and Mixed Heritage communities in London 

    Boost your credibility within the African Caribbean community in UK (my FB advertising reaches 100K people) via FB groups.

    Display your logo on my Powerpoint presentations and Eventbrite promotions.

    Gives your brand the opportunity to generate awareness, boost the perceived image of your business.

    Chance you will have the opportunity to speak with/educate some of your current customers about current or future offerings

    Put you in front of your target market and best of all, build your brand’s authority


    Paul Crooks

    Paul is a trailblazing genealogist and author of acclaimed novel Ancestors. Paul traced his family back 6 generations to Ami Djaba who was living in the Krobo Mountain, Ghana. Paul’s appearance on Who Do You Think You Are? (Moira Stuart) inspired a generation to start exploring their Black and British ancestry.
    Paul will talk about the inspiration behind his acclaimed novel Ancestors, including his ancestral links to Jamaican slaves who - in 1832 - brought forward the timetable for the abolition of slavery in the British dominions.

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  • 1-50 attendees expected


    15% Male Attendees


    85% Female Attendees

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