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Ungaro (MDU) 24 Jan 09
Does Barack compete with his for her ? His father not getting into a is .
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L. Joy Williams 2 Feb 10
February 2, 1960 my Uncle Melvin Williams a North Carolina A&T student was arrested at the Woolworths in Greensboro.
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Paperdoll Journal Ancestry Aug 9
After tracing my back 5 generations without DNA, I began traveling to also study , its been quite the journey.
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Selfie Robot 25 Mar 16
Today is the last day of !! is today's theme and lead organizer…
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Evan Banks 20 Sep 12
Just found out that my Great-great-great-great grandfather was lynched for teaching fellow slaves how to read..
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Albert Black Feb 27
My history of business and civic leadership includes making sure our young people have the tools and knowledge they need to provide for their families and improve their communities.
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Albert Black Feb 25
I met my wife Gwyneith growing up in Frazier Courts. We went on to serve as the first husband and wife team on the Dallas Housing Authority, which manages all public housing in Dallas. I later served as the authority’s chair.
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LJOD 24 Jun 15
Great news! Discover your roots, unlock your future:
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F.D.Allen Group Inc. 28 Feb 18
It's important to recognize . It's even more important to know your own , so it lives forever through your kids and grandkids.
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Albert Black Feb 26
My history includes years of serving, learning, ascending, planning improvements and delivering from the business and civic leadership positions I’ve been blessed with.
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AfriGeneas Dec 15
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Tiffany Mar 12
I’ve learned from a distant cousin that a branch of our tree changed their name and moved 2 counties over in 1850, before slavery ended. Having this information now is amazing and I will probably be up until Thursday researching it.
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Olivia 👩🏾‍💻🌿 Nov 7
New blog post! In "Genealogy as Self-Care," I touch on the importance of self-care and discuss the possibility of being a activity:
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Olivia 👩🏾‍💻🌿 Jul 9
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Randy Seville 26 Jun 12
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KwameHolmes May 24
Wonderful piece to conclude this great forum. I was so moved by and the family's willingness to share photos of Madame Walker from their family archive. Black folk in charge of the preservation and circulation of Black history.
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Libby Warner 13 May 15
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Paperdoll Journal Ancestry Aug 6
My cousins will be happy to hear this news. My Grandmother and Aunt’s favorite lifelong story, ‘you know Johnny Mathis is Uncle Charles’ cousin.’
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Olivia 👩🏾‍💻🌿 Mar 25
hack: If you're looking for folks w/ the same last name as your ancestor (ie. potential relatives or slave owners), try searching for your ancestor's last name & his/her birthplace & see who else comes up.
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platinumprincessVIP Jun 12
Replying to @xkdjr21
Great Grandparents JANIE MAE & ISREAL (Parental) HELEN & ULYSSES SR. ANNIE LEE & EDDIE (Maternal) You have enough history to go back 7 generations
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