Celebrating Our History 365 Days ! 🌍 Showcasing Mary McLeod Bethune and Her Legacy

Celebrating Our History 365 Days ! 🌍 Showcasing Mary McLeod Bethune and Her Legacy. Read More


The National Council of Negro Womenis an “organization of organizations” (comprised of 300 campus and community-based sections and 32 national women’s organizations) that enlightens, inspires and connects more than 3,000,000 women and men. Its mission is to lead, advocate for, and empower women of African descent, their families and communities. NCNW was founded in 1935 by Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, an influential educator and activist, and for more than fifty years, the iconic Dr. Dorothy Height was president of NCNW. You are welcome to become a member. WWW.NCNW.ORG

See the National Affiliate Organization https://ncnw.org/ncnw/affiliates

Watch 1st video here https://youtu.be/HPg9j9K28Sg

Watch 2nd video here https://youtu.be/Af-vRZ_CkPU

How to Search for Africa Born Relatives Using Autosomal DNA

Greeting! We hope you all are safe and warm. Here are instructions on How to Search for Africa Born Relatives Using Your Autosomal DNA Raw Data File https://bit.ly/3HiA3ox

You will need to take the Autosomal DNA test with AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, LivingDNA, FTDNA etc in order to search for real relatives. Research to see which is best for you. You will need to have your results at least a week prior to the class in order to attend.

👑 The services that we provide in family research is FREE. We are NOT a DNA testing company nor do we work for ANY testing company. We personally purchased and DNA tested hundreds of people born in Africa in hopes of reconnecting them with their family in the diaspora. This is our community service. Consider testing ALL of your Ancestral DNA to learn more about you and to find real relatives….. your cousins.

🌟 Family Reunion Time ! 😊


We have been asked why African Ancestry DNA results are not included in this. All Directors in this organization have tested with African Ancestry many years ago. We all have our certificates. There are 3 types of Ancestral DNA. Paternal, Maternal and Autosomal. Maternal DNA accounts for less than 2 % of our ancestral DNA. It is the DNA of 1 line of your ancestry. YDNA/ Paternal DNA accounts for less than 2 % of the male DNA. It is the DNA of 1 line of the male ancestry. The Autosomal DNA test accounts for over 95% of our ancestral DNA. It is the DNA of thousands of ancestors passed on to you from multiple lines. The DNA has been shuffled like a deck of cards. This is why those of us living in the Diaspora will have multiple ethnic groups of ancestry. We were scattered.

AfrIcan Ancestry does not test your Autosomal DNA or provide contact information for the Africans that were tested. The Autosomal DNA test results, the online family finder services via your DNA testing company and the DNA raw data file are REQUIRED in order to search for real living relatives.

Virtual Naming Ceremony Announcement

Register at this link


🗓 20 Feb 2022


🌟 If your ethnic group is not listed and you would like for it to be considered, you are welcome to contact us at Naming.Rites@DNATestedAfricans.org


DNA Tested African Descendants