In this week's episode of Conversations with Kenyatta, Kenyatta D. Berry, host of Genealogy Roadshow and author of The Family Tree Toolkit, is joined by James French, Chairman of the Montpelier Foundation Board of Directors.
The two discuss the history of America in its entirety, and how our founding fathers may have been aware of changes that were needed - but did not participate in them. James also examines his own family research, how Montpelier has been working with descendants of the enslaved, and what more can be learned from ancestral homes.
Please note that in this episode Kenyatta refers to the “Colors of Distinction” exhibit but in actuality, the name is “Mere Distinction of Colour". More information can be found at this link.
The music for this episode, as always, was "Good Vibe" by Ketsa.
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode mentions sexual assault.
The music for this episode, as always, is "Good Vibe" by Ketsa.
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