Being around a person all of your life, but not really knowing that person can put you at a disadvantage. At some point, you must come face to face with that person, even if it’s you. Looking through the eyes and beyond the flesh is necessary to truly understand that person from within.
“Coming Face II Face with Myself” is a book that evolves from a historical equation based on information known and archived data gathered. It creates a connection from one era to the next in an attempt to bring a history back to life. We all need to face that storm that’s keeping us from coming face to face with ourselves in order to see who we really are.
Know Your Hidden Roots
To experience the pleasures of exploring your family’s history cannot be measured. To be among multiple generations in one place and time cannot be express in words. Having the opportunity of listening to those who came before you and talking to those who came after you build a historical relationship that will last a lifetime. Explore the hidden roots of your past to build a strong foundation for future generations to follow. Having a Family Reunion can elevate your hidden roots to levels of becoming knowledgeable of your past. And through these relationships, future ventures can be built.
These hidden roots pertain to American History viewed through another set of eyes. This can expose historical events, governmental laws, acts and ordinances that have affected culture in either a positive or negative way. It also reviews a history that has been misunderstood by other groups for centuries.
If you decide to have a Family Reunion, then we have some things that can make your ride smoother by providing “Family Reunion instructions” and templates that can help guide you through this journey. We also provide a list of trusted genealogy research sites directed toward the African American lineage. The majority of the list is free for anyone to use. Our goal is to be your genealogical research portal onto the Internet.
Let’s work together to complete this passage of your journey. You may even decide to employ my actions: “Couldn’t find a book about our personal history, so we decided to write one to give our history a chance to live beyond our lifetime.”