Be inspired by the research unearthing of Field Research Genealogist
R. Califa Calloway, Curator & Professional Teaching Artist
Begin Your Family Tree to Discover your Ancestor's names
#FamilyHistory #Genealogy Where the Story continues with YOU! #nzoCALIFAncestry
Download the chart, write your name on line number one; 2 & 3 are your Parents,
fill out the rest the best you can. Scroll down to our Genealogy resources of inspiration below.
And or contact me to advance your steps email@example.com;
I'm already excited about your Sojourn of DISCOVERY.
It was just the day before where I met with a couple of sojourners interested to
advance their Family History; We worked on their current research, made some
fantastic discoveries, and ventured into DNA introduction, it was a great day.
The NEXT DAY when I arrived at the Library, I was met with this!
March 20, 2020
*GENEALOGY/FAMILY HISTORY RESOURCES*
Where Beginners Learn to tell their story
African Ancestored Genealogy Database / Surnames / Info Resource
THE AFRICAN NATIVE AMERICAN GENEALOGY
Tony Burroughs, Founder, CEO Center for Black Genealogy
|"Black Roots: A Beginners Guide to Tracing |
the African American Family Tree"
Legendary Genealogist, Lecturer and Foremost Expert in the field of African American Genealogy
|A MUST HAVE & READ: Celebrated Genealogy Expert and Host of Genealogy Road Show|
Kenyatta D. Berry. An invaluable resource and keepsake to advance Genealogical Family History Research. Order here: https://kenyattaberry.com/
pathways blazed [archives]
Summer 2019: Duly honored to have served as a Community presenter at Winston-Salem's legendary National Black Theatre Festival. nzoCALIFAncestry ushered Genealogy in a milestone moment, as Attendees shared just how rich and deep the soil of the Carolinas is. Entrenched with Historical legacies of Civil Rights, 1st African-Am Institutions to the generational effects of Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and Southern racism impacting the Black Family today; we prayed, praised, and recommitted to re-building our Family Trees. Winston-Salem was a deeply moving experience of unity, long roots, and cultivating legacy. I look forward to my return to continue #workingmylines and #NBTF2021.
|Duly honored to be in the service, taking names and elevating ours. |
What is your Family History next moves?
Contact me for a kinship session. firstname.lastname@example.org
A phenomenal encounter made possible by my great Friends, Family & Community; my works are now ROOTStech fueled with laser focus, grand stewardship, and Ancestral inspirations. #workingmylines #danceyourdestiny #Dancestory2017
Thank you bit-by-bit &
naming names along the way!
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@nzoCALIFA “Dancestory” is a guided movement source of embodied knowledge,UNEARTHED. It incites exploration of cultural pathways and Ancestral histories, bridgedwith field-research and Genealogical advancement through technology.Through self-inquiry of unfolding “the Dance” Dancestory further examines:WHY WE Dance and its potential mediumship for service,WHAT of any of our Dance experience do we know is inherited, learned and or embodiedHOW can one’s role as a Dance “Medium”, serve as a social change agent of empowerment.In a collective vision, Dancestory aims to stimulate the development of multi-culturalDance Teacher modalities to impact, presenting platforms and community-building initiativesand to facilitate the development of a shared repertoire progressively impacting communitiesserved.nzoCALIFA Dancestory’s deep works draw from an evolutionary mission to keep encodedsources of African Ancestral Legacies linked, vital and in the continuum.Regina "Califa" CallowayArtistic Curator / Teaching-Artistemail: email@example.com