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Unexpected Ancestry at the Crossroads of Identity and Genetics

The Cherokee Paradox

For much of human history the community tradition as related from elders to a new generation was the gospel as to one’s personal as well as group identity, with little other sources of information available to contradict it. Today, new developments in the science of human genetics have led toRead More

The Manuel Family

Eddie Manuel, The Manuel Family

Interview with Eddie Manuel at at Blog Talk Radio. Eddie will talk about the Manuel Family who are of Lumbee & Melungeon descent. The Manuel family shared a Portuguese heritage, as well as Native American. Eddie will share with us his DNA scores and what those means to him,Read More

Blog Talk Radio

This Blood Don’t Run!

Check Out Culture Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Backintymedotbiz on BlogTalkRadio WOW..Listen to Ms Joanne Pezzullo she commands attention with her knowledge and research into the peoples of mixed ethnic Indian “little races” We chat about Portuguese and Indian connections to Lumbee, Choctaw, Chickasaw & MOWA Choctaw, Georiga, Alabama,Read More

The Rise & Triumph of The U.S. Color Line

Brief History of Census “Race”

Presents three topics: How the census has classified people, why they demand your “race,” and what is the penalty for refusing. Session E4 of a series on contemporary “racial” issues discussed in lectures on “The Study of Racialism.” For details including all sources, visit .

The Rise & Triumph of The U.S. Color Line

The U.S. Rate of Black-To-White Passing

Shows several ways to compute the 0.10-0.14 percent per year rate at which European-looking youngsters born into the African-American community switch their self-identity from “Black,” to “White” or “Hispanic” after high school. Session C5 of a series of molecular anthropology topics discussed in lectures on “The Study of Racialism.” ForRead More

The Rise & Triumph of The U.S. Color Line

After The Invention of The U.S. Color Line

Part three of a four-part series on the origins of the U.S. color line. The United States is unique in preserving a genetic enclave of mostly African ancestry. The enclave results from an intermarriage barrier imposed in 1691, which is still in place due to social pressure. This session coversRead More

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