Nicka Smith shares some new updates with AncestryDNA
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Dr. Gina Paige, from African Ancestry reveals to three Afro Latinos their African ancestry and the tribes their roots back to.
“Have you taken a DNA test and confused by the results? Or, perhaps you want help trying to narrow down how a genetic cousin is related to you? Episode 79 is your chance to get assistance and is an entire episode of viewer submitted questions all about DNA!”
Ancestry has just announced 94 new and updated genetic communities for people of African American and Afro Caribbean descent. For more information Click Here
Did you miss BlackProGen Live!: EP74? Don’t worry you can what it below.
“So, you’ve done a great job finding your ancestors, but you’re not sure where to start to try to locate their living descendants. In this episode, we’ll cover tips and tricks you can use to safely and respectfully unearth the identities of your living cousins.”
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“As millions have learned their genetic ancestry, historical narratives are continually being challenged. Episode 60 will discuss how genetic genealogy is now informing how people of color identify and how the information is changing the established narratives about American history.”
I have one more Ancestry DNA kit to giveaway…
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3.Email me your Name by Friday, June 22nd, 2018 by 8pm (EST) and I will reply back a number. (Where is my email address you ask? In the about me section)
4. Watch live via Instagram Live (@genes_work) on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 at 8pm (EST) as I randomly pick one lucky number. (Can’t watch live? No problem I will repost on the blog and email the winner.)
We are pleased to announce the 14th annual Harlem Genealogical Conference will take place Saturday, May 19, 2018, at 360 Malcolm X Boulevard (128th Street) with a focus on DNA and Genetic Genealogy. The Jean Sampson Scott Greater New York Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) will host the event at its Harlem church building, which is free and open to the public. The conference will focus on using traditional family history research in tandem with DNA testing to tell the stories of our families. Keynote speakers are Bernice A. Bennett and Shannon Christmas.
The two hosting organizations share a long partnership with a multi-generational commitment to genealogy throughout the world. This conference provides individuals of African descent self-affirmed experiences, reflections, and discoveries, while those not of African descent will gain a deeper understanding of the African-ancestored experience. The conference’s missions are to expose new participants to the joy of genealogy and to further research the historical travels of people of the African diaspora.