Black Genealogy:  What Can DNA Testing Tell You About Your African Origins
Black Genealogy:  What Can DNA Testing Tell You About Your African Origins Mar 01

Black Genealogy: What Can DNA Testing Tell You About Your African Origins

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A Black genealogy master class revealing DNA Testing usefulness in determining your African origins.

An insightful Black Genealogy masterclass to help you understand what DNA testing is all about and its value in determining African origins.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Register if

you’re thinking about getting a DNA testyou’ve had a DNA test and you're not sure what next in furthering your understanding of who you are and where you’re from.

This talk complements Ancestry Talks with Paul Crooks’ event tackling the question 'Where Am I from?'

HOW TO GET THE EVENT LINK

Links to the one-hour online live cast will be provided via an automated email an hour before the event starts

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Paul Crooks pioneered research into African Caribbean genealogy during the 1990s. He is the first to trace his family history from the UK, back 6 generations, to ancestors captured on the West African coast and enslaved on a sugar plantation in Jamaica.

Paul gained national recognition for his work when his acclaimed historical novel Ancestors (based on the true story of the author's African ancestors) was published in 2002. He appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? (Moira Stuart) as the expert in African Caribbean genealogy. His second book A Tree Without Roots is the authoritative guide to tracing African, British, and Asian Caribbean ancestry.

Paul is credited with inspiring an upsurge in interest in Black and British ancestry. He is also recognised for having spawned an industry in African Caribbean genealogy.

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01-Mar-2021 - 18:00 Start date
01-Mar-2021 - 19:30 End date
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