Black History for Beginners |How Africa was lost from Respectful History

Sunday 8th January 2023

Paul Crooks on how and why African history was lost from respectful commentary, having recently unearthed a lost map of African kingdoms.


Paul Crooks is unique among Black History Month speakers discussing engaging topics relating to the experience of Black British & North American people.

  • Paul unearthed a lost map documenting black kings and queens of medieval times, when researching his black family history in a National archive. Paul will draw his unique find and other documents to discuss how black history was lost from respectful commentary
  • what development of a black history curriculum should look and feel like

Who Is This Talk For?

Stories of ancestors who resisted racial injustice can fire the imagination and spur individuals to higher levels of achievement or performance in their work and personal life.

The talk is suitable for you if you

  • are inspired and motivated by learning about the inspirational people and historical events that make up where we are today
  • want to develop your knowledge and understanding of Black History.

How to gain access to this event

This talk will be held over Zoom. Details of how to join the session will be in your registration confirmation email.

Premium Ticket holders

Premium Ticket holders will receive the Black History’s Ancient and Medieval Timeline interactive PowerPoint following the event. See demonstration video below.

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