This project is for the first ever Family Reunion meeting on Zoom. This is a short introduction in animation tells of the life and history of two African slaves:Jacob and Clara Brown who migrated from to the North after the Civil War to Oklahoma. They moved on Indians tribal reservation as slaves and was emancipated under the tribes treaty of 1866 treaty following the Civil War in which they were recorded on a rolls called as "Creek Freedman". The slaves were known as Muscogee Creek Tribal members before 1866. The couple after departing the reservation and worked and bought their own land also had 10 children. All the descendants of these children meet every year to celebrate and keep alive the heritage and the history of our ancestry from the time 1808. We want to display the current an animated likeness of Clara and Jacob Brown and their children. After that , we will incorporate real time photos of Group pictures of 'Family Reunions over the year. The last of the animation with be of the two Last Living Trailblazer that headed this reunion. An a recording of their thought and eagerness to keep these family reunion alive.