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Isaiah Washington May 10
I was made a Chief in 2006 and given the name Chief Gondobay Manga II and I take it very seriously. I’m Representing 6,000 villagers in the Ngalu village of the Bagbwe Chiefdom in BO, Sierra Leone 🇸🇱
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The Breakfast Club Jun 11
We got co founder of inc >> tune in now
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Thom Reed Aug 2
Thought I'd share from my friend, , for any African Americans who have DNA connections to anyone with all four grandparents born on the continent of Africa.
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The Bonnett Group Sep 8
Replying to @PetraMalusclava
Not black ? 🤔🙄 "Haiti & the Dominican Republic: An Island Divided"
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Kinna LeBlanc Jun 11
This is so dope!! I'm Mende too!!! My name is KINNA....and "KIN -NA" was one of the warriors from Sierra Leone who fought on the w/ Joseph Singbe ✊🏾
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Caribbean & Co. Jul 25
Super excited about opportunity to trace my mother’s ancestry and find out which country in Africa they lived before arriving on Caribbean island of as part of transatlantic slave trade.
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A.D. “Lumkile” Thomason Apr 27
Replying to @redrev
& make no mistake or conclusion, I’m teaching a class on « de-colonizing » your faith, I’m waiting on my tribe results, & I finished a docufilm coming out soon on « the Slave dungeons, Slave raids, & Slave markets of Ghana called INEXHAUSTIBLE WATER»
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George Hamilton 26 Feb 18
Actor and star of the blockbuster movie "Black Panther" Chadwick Boseman. He may have started his acting roots at Howard University in Washington, DC but his ancestry began with the Limba People in Sierra Leone.
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Dana Holmes Sep 27
I did my in 2017 for my Paternal (Father's DNA) and it came back as Yoruba People of Nigeria...AND today I ordered my Matriclan Test TODAY using your code KARENHUNTER.....THANK YOU....
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Isaiah Washington Nov 25
Just one chapter of my Legacy in my homeland of Sierra Leone that is still standing and giving since 2007. Tenki Ancestors! 🇸🇱 is my name there.
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Dana Holmes Sep 17
Eating traditional Nigerian food....Chicken Pepper soup and Jollof Rice...Fried Fish...Stewed goat succotash I call it........... Thank you for helping me on this journey self discovery
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The Breakfast Club Jun 11
Thanks to the co founder of
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DurrellLyonsPerforms Dec 11
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Jason V Lurry 10 Nov 17
On May 24th I revieved my results: 88% African & 12% European, broken down into percentages by the different regions. Now I find myself wanting to do also to go further into detailed/specific root areas and lineage. I called it with Ireland btw, ha!
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Council of Educators Mar 5
Interested in health sciences?! The Summer Mentorship Program at the University of Toronto gives high school students of and an opportunity to explore the subject! The application deadline is March 22!! Apply now!
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SisterCircleTV Jun 28
Today in, the ladies reflect on their experience yesterday when they found out where they come from on ! Do you know who you are? Thoughts?
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Uflak Moon Jan 9
FYI African Ancestry is basically a scam for the diaspora. We're from dozens of tribes so they randomly choose a couple from that dozen using a poor misleading method. We have West and West-Central Bantu African Ancestry. That's pretty much it.
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Vickie Remoe Mar 14
My father didn't know his father until he was in his 30s. This is the story about how he found his father, and meeting his siblings 30 years after that.
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QueenMa'atGirl May 28
are you looking for a true hero to celebrate this but dont want to celebrate colonial criminals and hypocrites? Then celebrate & this African hero! "Hero" saves child dangling from 4th-floor balcony via
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Mr. Flakes Jun 12
House clean AF before the kids wake up. It’s like a fresh canvas for an abstract artist to go apeshit with...
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