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Fraternalism and African American Genealogy with James Morgan III

Fraternalism and African American Genealogy with James Morgan III

In this program Mr. Morgan will seek to show the benefits of studying African American Fraternal and Benevolent Organizations.  Mr. Morgan will provide some historical narrative on various organizations as well as give tips on how these organizations can provide some in-depth analysis of how ancestral communities functioned and organized within these groups. 

James Morgan III is a graduate of Howard University where he studied Mass Communications and African American History. James is a very active Prince Hall Mason serving as Worshipful Master of Corinthian Lodge #18 in Washington, D.C. and as the Associate Grand Historian of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia.  Mr. Morgan is a member of the Phylaxis Society (the only independent research organization dedicated to study African American Freemasonry) as well as the James Dent Walker Chapter of  AAHGS. You can catch Mr. Morgan's monthly thoughts on black fraternal history on the Prince Hall Think Ta

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