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S03 E25: A Talk about Racism with Special Guest, Jane Elliott

Jane Elliott is known worldwide for her “Blue Eyes Brown Eyes” racism exercise. She is an internationally known educator, feminist, and anti-racism activist. In response to the assassination of Dr.…

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S03 E25: A Talk about Racism with Special Guest, Jane Elliott
Eurogenes DNA analysis and African DNA results

Genealogy Research Strategies

S03 E26: The Trials & Tribulations of an Intermediate Genealogist + Multi-Ethnic Research

Special guest Tiffany Huntsman discusses her journey from being a newbie genealogical research to becoming an intermediate-level researcher. We’ll also cover multi-ethnic genealogical research encompassing European, African-descended, and Native American…

Genealogy Brick Wall Strategies

S03 E26: The Trials & Tribulations of an Intermediate Genealogist + Multi-Ethnic Research

Special guest Tiffany Huntsman discusses her journey from being a newbie genealogical research to becoming an intermediate-level researcher. We’ll also cover multi-ethnic genealogical research encompassing European, African-descended, and Native American…

Enslaved Research Strategies

S03 E24: Researching Enslaved Ancestors Who Were Sold or Taken Into the Deep South

In this episode, writer & researcher Eunice Buffington shares her experience in researching her ancestors who were removed to the deep south – as well as the generational inheritance of trauma of slavery.

African American Genealogy

S03 E26: The Trials & Tribulations of an Intermediate Genealogist + Multi-Ethnic Research

Special guest Tiffany Huntsman discusses her journey from being a newbie genealogical research to becoming an intermediate-level researcher. We’ll also cover multi-ethnic genealogical research encompassing European, African-descended, and Native American…

DNA & Genetics | Genetic Genealogy

S03 E23: DNA Tests – Separating Facts from Myth

In this episode, we chat about DNA testing myths and truths to further your knowledge of what is achievable – and what isn’t – when you submit a DNA sample to the big DNA testing companies. And we’ cover ways that you can actually use ethnicity estimates as a guide to identify further areas in your research.

S03 E22: The fear of finding, contacting & meeting family of a different ethnicity

Handling Sensitive Information as Genealogists: Part 2 The fear of finding, contacting & meeting family of a different ethnicity… and adding them to your family tree. Or discovering ancestor(s) with a different ethnicity than the one you identify with.

Race & Diversity

S03 E26: The Trials & Tribulations of an Intermediate Genealogist + Multi-Ethnic Research

Special guest Tiffany Huntsman discusses her journey from being a newbie genealogical research to becoming an intermediate-level researcher. We’ll also cover multi-ethnic genealogical research encompassing European, African-descended, and Native American…

S03 E25: A Talk about Racism with Special Guest, Jane Elliott

Jane Elliott is known worldwide for her “Blue Eyes Brown Eyes” racism exercise. She is an internationally known educator, feminist, and anti-racism activist. In response to the assassination of Dr.…

History

S03 E24: Researching Enslaved Ancestors Who Were Sold or Taken Into the Deep South

In this episode, writer & researcher Eunice Buffington shares her experience in researching her ancestors who were removed to the deep south – as well as the generational inheritance of trauma of slavery.

S03 E20: Black American Heroines: The African American Women of US Journalism with Maya Millett

Black women journalists dared to wield their pens in the names of truth and justice. At a time when all women were discouraged from engaging in “unladylike” activities like politics,…

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