Not everyone can create a family tree; however, everyone has a family story. Join the Crummell-Cooper Chapter, UBE, in conversation with historian and genealogist, Aungelic Nelson, a member of St. Luke’s-DC, as she guides us through her book specifically written for young people of color. Learn the beginning steps in finding information about your family, to include free resources. Learn the importance of documenting all you can, even though you might have a “family shrub.” This is an opportunity for the young and the sages to learn together, so bring the young folk. This event is online and free.
Deborah Nelson Linck has written a book about this Episcopal priest and civil rights icon for all people; however, it is geared to the younger generations who might not have heard about her and they learn about Black history. So, “come” and bring a young person. It is truly important as we face constant attacks on gender non-conforming and trans young people. They will find a sheroe in this story of Pauli Murray.
Event is free and will be virtual. Zoom link is below or you can call in: 1-301-715-8592,,84162996599# US