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Your Slavecestors Should Be Televised

Outright omission is just as bad as saying it never happened.

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Gleaning Info for 4 Generations Using Obituaries/Funeral Programs (Part 2)

Tie together obituaries with online and offline research to flesh out a branch of your ancestral tree.

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I’m One of the Top 80 Sites for African American Genealogy!

Get your pom pons ready!  I was recently selected as one of the top 80 sites for African American genealogy!

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NEW, Cool Genealogy Apparel!

Now offering more t-shirts along with totes, pillows, phone cases, and tablet skins!

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Letters from Coretta

An almost unbelievable story about Chicago, a corner store, and an autographed book and letters from two of the most iconic people in U.S. history.

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Announcing the Project Genealogy Online Workshop

microfilmYou spoke. I listened. :) Announcing the Project Genealogy online workshop series!

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Gleaning Info for 4 Generations Using Obituaries/Funeral Programs (Part 1)

When you’re working with scant information, several obituaries can come together to expand and enhance your previous research.

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What 30 Years of Genealogy Research Looks Like

The Atlas Family Genealogy Research Project was announced 30 years ago in Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee.  What do we have to show for 30+ years of genealogy research?

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Why You Need More Than One Source – George Stinney, Jr.

Just because you have one high profile story or singular document noting a fact doesn’t mean that the journey is over.

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This Started WAY Before Ferguson

If we’re going to open the door to dialogue about issues of race in genealogy, it’s gotta kicked wide open instead of just cracked.

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Watch the #BlackProGen Finding Your Roots Hangout (Eps. 6-10)

Did you miss our Google+ Hangout discussing the second five episodes of the PBS genealogy show, Finding Your Roots? If so, check out the recorded video!

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