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The Charleston landmark will give insight into the global migration of Black people.
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"An experience I once thought would be impossible."
William Holland, 43, traced his family line from Virginia to the Oku people of Cameroon. Now his newfound relatives will join him for a true family reunion.
After over a decade of research, genealogist William Holland has located the long-lost African portion of his family tree and a number of them will be flying in from Cameroon this Memorial Day to meet their other half
Henry Louis Gates, the noted Harvard professor, says there are few if any Black Americans who have 100 percent African ancestry.
Learn about your ancestors, whether they are from the U.S. or members of the African Diaspora that arrived since the beginning of the 20th century.