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Oct 8, 2021 By Kendell Pinkney | Commentary | Noah
When I received the results, I can’t say I was all that surprised:
67% Sub-Saharan African, 30% Northwest European, 2% Indigenous American, 1% unaccounted for.
I already knew that my ethnic heritage was decently mixed up. I had spent enough years peppering my grandmothers with the kinds of questions only a child feels comfortable pursuing: “Where was your mother from? Where was your father from? Belize?! Which city? Dangriga? Sounds weird. Never heard of it. Wait, grandma, your grandmother was a white woman from Louisiana?!”Read More
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