S05 E09: Society of the First African Families of English America with Ric Murphy

The African American genealogy community is celebrating a new Black lineage society! The Society of the First African Families of English America is a lineage organization that seeks to inform its members and the public of the historical significance of the first Africans who arrived in English America, and how they forged the beginnings of our country’s democracy.

The Society of the First African Families of English America promotes the relevance of these early beginnings and connects them to the present day.

Ric Murphy joined us to answer questions about the Society as well as share the Society’s mission and strategic vision – and why this is so important.

Website: https://sofafea.org


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