Clarissa Burton™ Workshops & Webinars in association with Queen of the Pen Books™ and the Burton Institute of Education™ announces the launch of its The Black Family Tree™ project. This project was born out of Clarissa Burton’s passion for learning and discovery. Since childhood, she has been fascinated with history and culture, especially her Black family history. After reading Bill Cosby and Dr. Alvin Poussaint’s book, “Come One People” (2007), Ms. Burton realized her need to know her family’s heritage and she knew it was her destiny to help other Black children and their families learn the value of their family’s heritage.
There is more to Black heritage than Black History month. This project consists of multiple workshops throughout the year that help Black children and their families discover their heritage by developing a family tree booklet ($29.97 each). This family tree booklet will aid them in learning where they come from, to whom they belong, and most importantly, discover who they are individually. It will be a heritage record to pass down for generations. The expected outcome is not only a tangible record of their family history, but an improved self-image and self-worth through the discovery of their family’s long, rich heritage. Reserve your seat today for this dynamic workshop and help your family “get on the road to self-discovery and recovery.”
Ms. Burton is available to conduct workshops as well as speaking engagements at
• Community Centers
• K-12 Schools
• Higher Education Institutions
• Religious Organizations
• Local, State, and Federal Entities
Reserve your seats today!