Conversations with Kenyatta
by Kenyatta D. Berry
November 4, 2022 7:00 am
“Genealogy Roadshow” host and author of “The Family Tree Toolkit,” Kenyatta D. Berry looks into genealogy, ancestry, and family history as well as what it means to have enslaved ancestors, and interviews experts in the field. The music for this podcast is “Good Vibe” by Ketsa.
This week on Conversations with Kenyatta, Kenyatta is joined by Niya Bates, a PhD Candidate at Princeton who considers herself to be a public historian. Niya discussed what it means to be interested in public history, as well as what it means to chronicle your own genealogy and how you can get started with something as simple as a question.
The music for this episode, as always, is “Good Vibe” by Ketsa.
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