Guest Speaker



Percy White III

Born the son and grandson of sharecroppers, Percy White III is  the founder and developer of, an African American History and Genealogy website. His work includes 20 years of research regarding people, places, and events in African American history and culture. He also serves as the website's Historian and Genealogist. Mr. White shares his findings with the public through his website and presentations.


Published Photos

    • Book - Frederick Douglass: From Slavery to Statesman (Voices for Freedom: Abolitionist Heroes)
    • Book - Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad (Voices for Freedom: Abolitionist Heroes)
    • Book - Women, Peace, and Welfare: A Suppressed History of Social Reform 1880-1920. 


    Several of his photos were also included in a Lifetime Network documentary about actor and R&B recording artist Aaliyah Haughton. Mr. White’s audio recordings through Story Corps telling of his father’s work as a sharecropper were broadcast on National Public Radio (NPR) and added to the digital collection of human voice interviews housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. 


    In addition, Mr. White has more than 25 years of experience in the field of Juvenile Justice. 


    Contact Percy White at to speak to your organization or to license photos. 


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