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    Derek Jeter, Billie Jean King, and Rebecca Lobo to be Featured in Episode 2 of “Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.”

    - on September 30th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on PBS -


    Last night on the season premiere of Finding Your Roots: Season 2, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. sat down with celebrity guests Stephen King, Gloria Reuben, and Courtney B. Vance to uncover the truth behind their fathers’ histories. Throughout the series, Professor Gates will introduce his guests to lineages they did not know existed, and unveil family secrets long forgotten or hidden away.

    In next week’s episode entitled Born Champions, which premieres September 30th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on PBS, Professor Gates is joined by Yankees legend Derek Jeter, former World No. 1 professional tennis player Billie Jean King, and former WNBA star Rebecca Lobo. Utilizing a team of genealogists to reconstruct the paper trail left behind by their ancestors and the world’s leading geneticists to decode his guests’ DNA, Professor Gates solves the mysteries of their ancestries and introduces them to relatives they never knew they had. Derek Jeter confronts his ancestors’ lives as slaves; Billie Jean King learns the true story of her grandmother, who had always kept the secret of her orphan birth; and Rebecca Lobo finds out that her Spanish ancestor fought side by side with a famous revolutionary and was forced to flee Spain because of his democratic ideals.

    Episode 202: Born Champions of “Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” premieres Tuesday, September 30th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on PBS (check local listings), featuring Derek Jeter, Billie Jean King, and Rebecca Lobo. The 10-episode second season airs Tuesdays, September 23rd – November 25th.

    Website: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/finding-your-roots


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    (BPRW) AFRICANANCESTRY.COM TRACES ROOTS OF CORPORATE AMERICA DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH


    - African Ancestry Visits Leading Corporations, Professional Associations and Educational Institutions Promoting Identity-fueled Success -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WASHINGTON, DC (February 2014) – African Ancestry, Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com), the Black-owned company that pioneered genetics ancestry tracing for people of African descent, has helped more than 150,000 people across the world discover their true African roots. During Black History Month, African Ancestry is turning its focus to major corporations, Black professional associations and universities to enhance their diversity programming by helping participants better understand who they are.

    Partnering with African-American employee networks with blue chip corporations such as Booz Allen Hamilton, the Black Public Relations Society of Atlanta and University of Maryland/Baltimore, AfricanAncestry.com Co-founder Gina Paige is adding a unique, transformative dynamic to planned celebrations with enlightening presentations that educate on genetics ancestry tracing, demystify ancestral roots for participants and deliver practical advice on propelling excellence in the workplace, families and communities. African Ancestry’s past roster of participants include Time Inc.’s Black Employee Network, Stanford University, McDonald’s, American Airlines, United Healthcare, Wells Fargo and Howard University among others.

    “Recognizing differences and valuing inclusion has long been part of Booz Allen’s culture and firm DNA,” said Dina Abercrombie, senior associate and African American Forum Chair at Booz Allen Hamilton. “As we celebrate our 100 years in delivering outstanding consulting services to our clients, diversity remains one of our Core Values which governs everything we do. We are pleased to partner with African Ancestry as part of our firm-wide celebration of Black History Month.”

    Also during Black History Month, African Ancestry’s MatriClan® and PatriClan® test kits are available for a special rate at www.AfricanAncestry.com. African Ancestry’s do-it-yourself DNA test kits are perfect gifts. A single test reveals the lineage of an entire family so it’s one powerful gift that can be given to and shared by many family members. The MatriClan Test traces maternal ancestry by analyzing mitochondrial DNA. The PatriClan Test, which can only be taken by a male, analyzes the Y chromosome inherited by all males on a paternal lineage and determines paternal ancestry. MyDNAMix, African Ancestry’s admixture test that determines all the ancestries in a family tree is also available for special pricing during Black History Month.

    Contact Nichole Taylor at ntaylor@africanancestry.com to bring African Ancestry to your organization. Visit www.AfricanAncestry.com today to take advantage of the Black History Month special offers.

    ABOUT AFRICAN ANCESTRY
    Founded in 2003, African Ancestry Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com) pioneered African lineage matching in the United States utilizing its proprietary DNA-database to more accurately assess present-day countries of origin for people of African descent. African Ancestry’s products include the MatriClan™ and PatriClan™ ancestry tests, myDNAmix Admixture tests; and customized memorabilia and informative resources. African Ancestry is African-American-owned and headquartered in Washington, DC. For general press inquiries, contact ntaylor@africanancestry.com.


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    (BPRW) IT’S BLACK FRIDAY EVERYDAY AT AFRICANANCESTRY.COM


    - Genetics Ancestry Tracing Pioneers Close out 10th Year with Unprecedented Offers and New Web Site -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WASHINGTON, DC (December 2013) – African Ancestry, Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com), the Black-owned company that pioneered genetics ancestry tracing for people of African descent, announces today two unprecedented holiday specials. Through December 31, the MatriClan® (maternal line) and PatriClan® (paternal line) are available for only $250.00 each -- the lowest price ever offered by AfricanAncestry.com. Additionally, The African Ancestry Premium Heritage Experience® is specially-priced at $295.00 and includes a choice of test kit, embossed journal with leather-wrapped pen and an authentic Certificate of Ancestry and is the ultimate in testing, collecting and sharing family histories.

    BLACK FRIDAY EVERYDAY AT AFRICANANCESTRY.COM
    The African Ancestry Premium Heritage Experience®



    African Ancestry’s do-it-yourself DNA test kits are perfect gifts. A single test reveals the lineage of an entire family so it’s one powerful gift that can be given to the whole family. The MatriClan traces maternal ancestry by analyzing Mitochondrial DNA. The PatriClan, which can only be taken by a male, analyzes the Y chromosome inherited by all males on a paternal lineage and determines paternal ancestry.

    “It’s almost mind boggling that just a decade ago we could only trace our roots as far as the paper trail would take us, which in most cases is just two or three generations ago,” said Gina Paige, co-founder and president of African Ancestry, Inc. “We’re committed to helping all Black people more accurately connect to their roots and it’s our hope that our special offers make it a little easier to take part in this revolutionary science,” Paige said.

    AfricanAncestry.com also closes out its 10th anniversary with the launch of its revamped Web site with enhanced design and functionality. The new site makes it easy and engaging to learn about genetic ancestry tracing, stay abreast on special promotions and activities, share your ancestry-tracing experience and get test kits and other home-country memorabilia.

    Visit www.AfricanAncestry.com today to take advantage of the limited offers and check out the new Web site.

    ABOUT AFRICAN ANCESTRY Founded in 2003, African Ancestry Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com) pioneered African lineage matching in the United States utilizing its proprietary DNA-database to more accurately assess present-day countries of origin for people of African descent. African Ancestry’s products include the MatriClan™ and PatriClan™ ancestry tests, myDNAmix Admixture tests; and customized memorabilia and informative resources. African Ancestry is African-American-owned and headquartered in Washington, DC. For general press inquiries, contact ntaylor@africanancestry.com.


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    (BPRW) AFRICANANCESTRY.COM’S GINA PAIGE LAUNCHES FIRST OF ITS KIND SPEAKER SERIES TO HELP AFRICAN AMERICANS BETTER UNDERSTAND WHO THEY ARE IN TODAY’S AMERICA


    - Leading Female Authority on Genetics Ancestry Tracing Transforms Business, Community Events with Unique Presentations Linking Healthy Identities to Success -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – After pioneering a marketplace, helping 150,000+ families demystify their African roots and educating hundreds on the importance of knowing one’s self, identity expert and AfricanAncestry.com Co-Founder Gina Paige, launches the first of its kind motivational speaker series.

    Gina Paige
    Gina Paige, Identity Expert and Co-founder of AfricanAncestry.com



    Aligned with a variety of hit genealogy programs such as "Finding Your Roots with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr." and high-profile events, Paige extends her expertise to businesses, communities, educators and faith-based communities among others. Known for her passion-infused, approachable style, Paige customizes the interactive experience for each audience, ultimately connecting the dots between identity and success.

    Sample topics include:
    • Using DNA to Demystify Roots and Replenish Identities
    • Healthy Roots … Importance of Tracing Family Health Histories
    • Entrepreneurial DNA … 10 Traits for Successful Business Enterprises

    “It’s no secret that people of African descent are culturally disenfranchised and struggle to piece together where they belong,” said Paige. “I’m committed to giving people tools to channel restored identities into progressive returns in their lives,” said Paige.

    Paige’s unique presentations are rapidly growing as powerful tool for organizations interested in enhancing their events and programs while driving attendance, affinity and excitement. Her partner roster includes McDonald’s, the National Association of Black Journalists, United Healthcare, The Congressional Black Caucus, MochaMoms.com, Wells Fargo, Howard University and the Smithsonian Museum of African Art for a variety of activities including:
    • Consumer Tours
    • Ancestry Health History Webinars
    • Conference Workshops
    • Consumer Promotions, In-Store Engagements
    • Youth/Student Esteem-building Programs
    • HR/Employee/Diversity Team-Building Exercises

    “I've devoted my career to understanding identity, as well as the psychology of race, racism and their relation to success,” said Dr. Cynthia Winston, Associate Professor in Howard University’s Department of Psychology and an Identity Advisor to Paige. “Gina’s grassroots works augments anything taught in a classroom by propelling positive self-esteem and authentic feelings of belonging,” Dr. Winston added.

    Paige speaks in countries internationally including Africa, South America and Europe and has sparked global interest and dialogue on the importance of knowing one’s self. Whether it’s as keynote speaker, workshop presenter or panelist, Paige educates and uplifts audiences and transforms the way people see themselves.

    To book Paige for your event, visit www.ginapaige.com.


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    (BPRW) AFRICANANCESTRY.COM AND U.S.-BASED AFRICAN EMBASSIES HELP DEEPEN ANCESTRAL CONNECTIONS OF DNA-TRACED DESCENDANTS OF AFRICA


    - Genetics Ancestry Tracing Pioneers Serve As Cultural Resource for West and Central African Diplomats in the U.S. -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WASHINGTON, DC (August 2013) – U.S. Based African Embassies have tapped a fertile pipeline of African Americans with interests in their African homeland countries. Through African Ancestry (AfricanAncestry.com), the pioneers of DNA-based ancestry tracing for people of African descent, newly discovered descendants enjoy ‘diplomatic relations’ with specialized trips to Africa; information exchange from their African countries of origin; and direct access to African Ambassadors in the U.S., including embassy-sponsored national celebrations of their African homelands.

    Genetics Ancestry Tracing Pioneers
    From left to right: First Secretary of Cameroon Omar Chinmoun, African Ancestry’s Gina Paige, Cameroon Ambassador Atangana, Congresswoman Karen Bass, Paula Madison, and Mark Walton

    “Our partnerships with African embassies are perhaps some of the most vital because they offer a well-spring of enriching resources closely linked to African ancestries,” said Gina Paige, co-founder and president of African Ancestry. “Our goal is to establish relationships with every Western and Central African embassy represented in the U.S., particularly those where there are high incidences of shared ancestries discovered such as Nigeria, Liberia and Guinea-Bissau.”

    AfricanAncestry.com currently works with Cameroon, Burkina Faso and Gabon among others to strengthen connections to Africa and African American communities across the U.S. Partnering embassies gain a credible ally in AfricanAncestry.com for cross-cultural education, tourism, investments and philanthropy in their respective countries.

    “African Ancestry’s commitment to helping people enhance the way they view Africa is awe-inspiring. Thousands of African-American families now zealously identify with their Cameroonian roots,” said Joseph Charles Foe Atangana, Ambassador to Cameroon of the United States. “Their pioneering work has taken a progressive role in the African diaspora and created a reinvigorated pipeline of enlightenment between America and Africa,” he added.

    Through its partnership with ARK Jammers Connection, Inc., a Baltimore-based organization that is dedicated to promoting intercultural dialogue through music and kindness, African Ancestry has participated in landmark activities with the Embassy of Cameroon. Self-identified as “Camericans,” African Americans who share ancestries with the people of Cameroon have participated in programs and events with Ambassador Atangana, including special ‘welcome’ visits to the official residence.

    AfricanAncestry.com is committed to transforming the misperceptions of Africa and supporting cultural and educational relations in the U.S. and Africa. After tracing his roots to Sierra Leone with African Ancestry, Award-winning actor Isaiah Washington made history by becoming the first person to gain citizenship on the African continent solely based on DNA. With ARK Jammers, African Ancestry has created the African Reconnection Program that launched in the U.S., but has since expanded to Brazil and Africa. African Ancestry contributes informative programming to The Africa Channel and participates in African Diaspora events and initiatives across the world.

    For list of African embassies in the U.S. or more resources, visit http://www.africanancestry.com/africanresources.html. For more information on African Ancestry, visit www.AfricanAncestry.com.

    ABOUT AFRICAN ANCESTRY Founded in 2003, African Ancestry Inc. (AfricanAncestry.com) pioneered African lineage matching in the United States utilizing its proprietary DNA-database to more accurately assess present-day countries of origin for people of African descent. African Ancestry’s products include the MatriClan™ and PatriClan™ ancestry tests, myDNAmix Admixture tests; and customized memorabilia and informative resources. African Ancestry is African-American-owned and headquartered in Washington, DC. African Ancestry’s reveals have impacted the lives of more than 150,000 African Americans including icons such as Oprah Winfrey and Andrew Young, and marked an historic milestone by uncovering the ancestral roots of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. posthumously. AfricanAncestry.com has been featured on The Africa Channel, CNN’s Black in America series, NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?, TIME Magazine, Essence Magazine, EBONY and the ground-breaking PBS specials African American Lives 1 and 2 and Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. For general press inquiries, contact ntaylor@africanancestry.com.

    Contact Information
    Christina Crawford
    ccrawford@taylorcommunicationsgroup.com


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