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Check out this clip from my recent journey to West Africa with Kieron Graham who discovered his deep ancestral roots.

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A Visit with Uncle Al

A visit to New York
I had a ball getting to know Al Roker, host and weatherman on the morning mainstay, the Today Show. In this clip, I reveal his DNA results which guided his journey back to Africa.


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Telling my ancestral story

I recently had the opportunity to meet/speak with some amazing young people from Ole Miss about a special issue of their school paper, The Daily Mississippian. The result was a story about my family’s ties to the “father” of their school.

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