Curious about what all the hype is about when it comes to the Midwest African American Genealogy Institute? Beyond the tracks and workshops lies an amazing resource to help you grow your family history project.
Heritage not hate, “Good to their slaves” narratives, and Scarlet O’Hara dreams have the death rattle. It’s time to get ourselves together.
When DNA reveals a relationship between you, your known cousins, and 15 descendants of Old Settler Cherokee Chief John Rogers, Jr.
Sharing a decade’s worth of research into 384 of the formerly enslaved of the Balfour family of North Carolina, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Isaac Rogers was killed at the Ft. Gibson, Indian Territory train depot by Clarence Goldsby. But was his murder and the circumstances surrounding it cut and dry?
The moral of the story: go see your folks
War, innovation, and The Great Migration brought many people to Arizona, California, and Nevada. Find out how to trace your connection to those states on the March 21, 2017 episode of BlackProGen LIVE!
You see people with the same last name and wonder “Are they family?” Do more than just add them or follow them.
Introducing my take on the FamilySearch 52 Stories project: Life After Death. I’ll be looking at the lives of relations through the lens some of the last records they left behind.
Today, the last day of Black History Month 2017, I had the honor of sitting as a guest on the latest episode of Essence LIVE
Wondering how you can get amazing results by combining genealogy with DNA? Listen in on some amazing stories and learn tips and tricks to break through the mysteries in your own family.
In 1860, there were nearly 400,000 free people of color (FPOC) living in the U.S. Learn more about this often not talked about group and how you may FPOC in your own lineage.