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July 7, 2011
Timed with the 2011 Blogging While Brown conference in Los Angeles, the staff of The Root decided to look back at the online rants, musings and missteps that have launched a thousand linkbacks over the past year.
by Karin D. Berry onMarch 22, 2011
Get inspired -- and pick up some tips -- by reading the personal stories of other African-American family researchers.
June 18, 2010
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