YOUR JOURNEY, SO FAR
As an Art of Fact participant, this is a space for you to talk about your journey as you seek to find, connect to, and tell your family story. Post all the things you've learned no matter how small. Each discovery matters. To get you started, consider answering some or all of the following questions:
4/15/2023 02:29:41 pm
For the longest time, I have always wanted to know more about my family history. I always would push away time I think when I think out my great-grandparents parents. I'm from Battle Creek, MI aka Cereal City.
4/15/2023 02:42:07 pm
As I am starting a journey researching my family history, I feel a better sense of connectedness. I am in my 20's and am going through this life. I am continuous curious about where I came from and what my family members and ancestors. Now, I have just completed a DNA test to get an idea about my family history. As a Black person born and raised in America, in 1997 and so are my ancestors, this will be a interesting and a forever mind wondering journey.
4/15/2023 02:42:53 pm
I've always been curious of my ancestry since I was young being that my Namesake is my Great Grandmother who bared sooo many of my members.But around 2018 is when I drew my first family tree and to see how how i was relate to my "distant" cousins and didnt even comprehend that in our childhood everyone was our first cousin.
4/15/2023 02:43:44 pm
Im looking for more information about my great grandmother. She died when my Granna was a kid, so I feel like we didn’t know much. I wanna know about her. I asked my grandma recently. I cant remember if I got a voice memo but I should.
Michelle S. Johnson
4/15/2023 02:47:05 pm
I started researching my family story as an undergrad when I asked my mother and godfather questions about my father. My godfather gave me Idlewild artifacts.
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This is a space to talk about your journey as you seek to find, connect to, and tell your family story.