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Welcome to Diversity Restoration Solutions!
Diversity Restoration Solutions (DRS)is a Virginia-based cultural heritage tourism and international project development firm specializing in promoting African American history, geneaology and cultural heritage programs. We also encourage a reconnection back to Africa to bridge the 400 year gap left by the trans Atlantic slave trade triangle. Our projects and programs are inspired by the legacy of Moses Grandy, a former enslaved African American who lived in Camden County, North Carolina and had his life story told in an 1843 slave narrative called "Narrative of the Life of Moses Grandy: Late a slave in the United States of America."
As a tribute to Moses Grandy, we have designated our Homecoming Network. Under the Homecoming Network, we have created the following initiatives:
The Underground Railroad Homecoming Network provides a solution to restoring relationships between African descendants of the transatlantic slave trade and our modern day families on the African continent. Click HERElearn more about the Network.
We invite you to join us in honoring the legacy of our ancestors and other freedom supporters by participating in our programs. To continue bringing these programs to the public, we hope that you will financially support the Homecoming Network program by becoming purchasing a Homecoming Network Restore Card or joining our Homecoming Network. Thank you in advance for supporting our efforts, and we look forward to you joining us to bring honor and recognition to our ancestors' contributions to American history and restoring relationships with Africa.
*Contributions to the UGRR Homecoming programs may not be tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor for more information.
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