This website is under construction for 2024 rollout.
For more information in the meantime, please contact us at pfoster@HBCUHeritageHome.com.
It is the mission, duty, and purpose of the HBCUHeritageHome.com to provide ancestral research, family heritage gatherings, and related experiences that connect home values with educational and societal values both to elevate African Americans’ self- and ancestral-knowledge and -esteem and to advance racial social justice in public memory.
The HBCUHeritageHome.com archives, researches, exhibits, and makes freely available ancestral higher education records, family papers collections, published African American genealogies, and related materials for perpetually understanding and increasing African American positive identity via the genealogy genre. It implements the most innovative techniques for sustainable family heritage gathering and institution stewardship.
A mega U.S. genealogy family heritage gathering and research site that focuses on reflecting African Americans’ nostalgic ancestral self-identities is the ultimate solution to address the problem of African American genealogy tourists heretofore inadequately seeing our own preferred genealogical self-identities reflected in the U.S. genealogy tourism industry. Deeply understanding African Americans’ self-created, ancestor-based identities and displaying those selves and ancestors at a family heritage gathering and research site helps to meet African Americans’ demand that the family heritage gathering industry stop overemphasizing negative legacies of enslavement and underexploring positive legacies from all ancestral sources.
In addition to start-up funds donated by organizers, the HBCUHeritageHome.com collects donations and fees from public and private sources to carry out its mission.
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