S03 E06: Genealogists as public historians: genealogy as a history teaching tool

In this episode, we discussed the idea of genealogists as public historians. All too often, contributions from professional and experienced genealogists are overlooked when it comes to conversations about American history. This is especially true when it comes to the history of marginalized people.

This conversation highlights why genealogists’ and family historians’ voices are important – and ways the genealogical community can address this.

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