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!
On Wednesday, December 3, we had a ball video chatting about the second five episodes of the PBS series Finding Your Roots. If you missed it, check out the recorded video below.
We also spent quite a bit of time discussing how a genealogist or family historian can incorporate the recent grand jury decision on the death of Eric Garner into their research, how the descendants of slaveholders can make a difference when they collaborate with descendants of their ancestors former slaves, the racial landscape in professional genealogy and more. This video is jam packed full of discussion of provocative topics!
Featured image: [Untitled photo, possibly related to: Ex-slave mulatto woman in northern Greene County, Georgia], June 1941, by Jack Delano. Source: Library of Congress.
2 thoughts on “Watch the #BlackProGen Finding Your Roots Hangout (Eps. 6-10)”
BlackProGen, I really enjoyed your discussion and I would like to join in your next discussion. I am also a Family History Researcher. I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for the comment! We’re currently working on scheduling the next in our series of Hangouts. Stay tuned!