Linford Sweeney has been a Black History Educator for more than seventeen years. It all began with his mother (may she rest in eternal peace) who instilled within him a passion for family history. In turn, history became a fascination and hobby, and later, within his local community, he started teaching others.
As more and more people wanted to know about Black history, he obliged by delivering classes, workshops, talks, and later on courses. In addition, he advised, managed, or consulted on several initiatives, including the 70th anniversary of the 1945 Pan-African Congress held in Manchester.
Since then, he has physically delivered education programmes throughout England, written articles, appeared on radio programmes, created books and booklets for charities, written and published two books, contributed to several published books, and used the ZOOM and Teams platforms to reach people across the world, including Africa, the Caribbean, and the USA.
This is a service that Linford offers to this day and you can contact him to arrange the delivery of this kind of work for your school, college or university.