Community Service Announcements and Tips For DNA Tested African Descendants
Happy Saturday Family! ~~
I hope you all are doing well. You are receiving this email because you subscribed to our website www.DNATestedAfricans.org . Our Directorate of Information Management has created a link for updates with helpful Info and tips as we make it through these trying times regarding the coronavirus. We will update info as it is received and/or clarified . https://tinyurl.com/DNACommunityService 📚
African Travel and Reunion plans have been suspended until further notice. As a result of current events, we have added more African DNA kits back to www.Gedmatch.com
We will make a determination if we will add more and if we will continue using Gedmatch. You are welcome to search the database using the instructions on the link below to see if you match any kits that we manage. The link below includes step by step instructions on how to check for African matches on Gedmatch as well as how to submit your match screenshots. Please read the instructions careful before replying to this message. That helps us with time management. Your question may already be answered on the link.. https://tinyurl.com/Finding-African-Family
*Reminder that the Africans kits are still on AncestryDNA.com and MyHeritage.com . As stated above some have been added back to Gedmatch. You can still search AncestryDNA.com and MyHeritage.com for the same matches .
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