I found this today on FamilySearch –Reclaiming Our African Roots – FamilySearch August 23, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/reclaiming-our-african-roots/
Reclaiming Our African Roots is an initiative to make over 25 million records of African ancestors available and easily searchable online. To make this possible, information regarding formerly enslaved individuals and free people of color needs to be collected from records and cemeteries.
First Things First
There are 2 main paths you can take to find a volunteering opportunity that fits your skills:
Utilize your leadership skills to organize volunteer efforts focused around a historic record collection or cemetery within a particular area.Video Player00:0002:38
Visit the Reclaiming Our African Roots forum to ask questions and share ideas with other groups leaders!
Make a Difference Today
“I found satisfaction and fulfillment in being able to participate in a viable project that helped ‘right the wrongs’ that have been perpetuated against enslaved peoples, particularly in my own country, and specifically, in my own state.” – Ceci N., Louisiana
Volunteer Remotely or In-Person
Live in California but want to help on a South Carolina Project? No matter where you live, you can help. And with tons of opportunities, from indexing to leading a team of volunteers, there is always something to do.
Get Started on Your Own Family History
Here’s a 10 step guide to navigating African American Genealogy.