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.
We came. We saw. We conquered. My recap as a speaker and attendee at the largest genealogy conference in the world.
They were more than slaves. They had a story. Tune in to the February 1, 2017 episode of BlackProGen LIVE!
From YouTube shows, to podcasts, conferences, to television, an exciting Black History Month is on the horizon.
Stop putting your family members to sleep when you talk about your research. Learn creative ways to engage your family on the January 25, 2017 episode of BlackProGen LIVE!
Using DNA, oral history, and the paper trail to track down John Walter Allen, my great great grandfather.
In an attempt to “trim the fat,” the nearly inaugurated president-elect may kill a huge resource for family history researchers.
Just how useful is 23andMe’s new timeline feature in my genealogy research so far?
60% of the researchers we polled have fallen asleep at the computer. Are you one of them?
A note about why we need to take responsibility for our low down ancestors and stop expecting the recipients of their wrongdoing to respond how we want them to.
After much thought, and careful deliberation, we have an amazing set of topics set for our 2017 broadcasts of BlackProGen LIVE.
Genealogy has a dirty secret and hardly anybody is talking about it.