This talk from licensed clinical psychologist and experienced genealogist Dr. Lovelace, examines the significant role African-Americans played in the fight for this country’s independence. The discussion will illuminate key figures and events while observing just how distant the many freedoms fought for remain.
Dr. Janice C. Lovelace, Ph.D., has 20 years of experience in family history research as well as academic work in the area (Genealogy and Family History certificate at University of Washington in 2012, certificate program in genealogy at Boston University in 2013, ProGen 18). A member of Seattle Genealogical Society for a number of years, she joined the SGS Board as Vice-President in 2014. She is a member of Association of Professional Genealogists and National Genealogical Society. In her work life, she is a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialization in child and family therapy and has been a private practice therapist and a faculty member teaching psychology