National Roots Day
National Roots Day is an annual commemoration celebrated on December 23rd of every year. On the holiday season, almost all of the family members would have gathered to celebrate the Festivus. On the other hand, it is the perfect time to honor all your family, ancestors, history of your family and which is altogether known as roots. The celebration day deals about your genealogy in specific. Set time to celebrate from where your roots have come from on this National Roots Day.
“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey
History of National Roots Day
The origin, history, and the founder of the National Roots Day are not exactly known. But, the celebration Day is all about the history of one’s family and its family members. The Festivus season is the best time to gather information about your surname. Roots Day is all about knowing all the details about your family history, family members, origin, heritage, culture, and tradition. Never take your roots as granted as it is important to know who you are and who your ancestors are. It is the genealogy that defines who are you are right now. Roots Day encourages each of us to get to know more in detail about our predecessors and their life. It is the perfect Day to know about your past and history of your parents to grandparents to great-grandparents and great-great-grandparents.
Other Celebrations on December 23
December 23 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Roots Day
Celebrating the National Roots Day is quite simple. As it is the Christmas holiday season, it is effortless to find all the information from your relatives. Draw a family tree and see where you are. Get every detail of your ancestors and share it with your family members. You can even make a note of them and tell about your family history to the future generations. Make your children know about the history of your family and the importance of remembering the forefathers. Share your family roots and your history on the social media using the hashtag #RootsDay.