Genealogy Adventures

S04 E17: The USCT & Battle of New Market Heights (1864, Richmond, VA) with James S. Price

James joined us to chat about The Battle of New Market Heights (VA) and the bravery…

S04 E16: The Black Archives of Mid America with Dr. Carmaletta Williams

The mission of the Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City, Inc. (https://blackarchives.org) is to collect,…

S04 E15: The Negro Motorist Green Book with Yoruba Richen

Professor Yoruba Richen is a documentary filmmaker who created the documentary specialization at the Newmark J-School.…

S04 E14: Meet the Reclaim the Records Organization with Jonathan Deiss

Reclaim The Records (RtR)is a new not-for-profit activist group of genealogists, historians, researchers, and open government…

S04 E13: Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy with Dr. Penny Walters

In this episode, we discussed how the faster pace of internet research has uncovered many new…

S04 E11 Coming to the Table Project with Prinny Anderson & Gayle Jessup White

The Coming to the Table organization’s vision for the United States is of a just and…

Researching Poorly Documented Ancestors: Harriet Roberts (Northampton County, NC)

The case I am working on couldn’t be more different. It involves the multiple movements of…

S04 E10: Meeting DNA Cousins of a Different Race/Ethnicity – when the Settles cousins met

Hammad Settles Asad and 3 of his Settles cousins – sisters Gini, Dana & Holly –…

S04 E09: “Ruth and the Green Book” with author Calvin Alexander Ramsey

The Green Book: The Black Travelers’ Guide to Jim Crow America. For nearly 30 years, a…

GA Live! Special: Does Intolerance Have A Place In Genealogy?

What do you consider bullying? In essence, bullying is taking advantage of someone who is unable…