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AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 1 | Ancestry

AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 1 | Ancestry

CNN’s Kamau Bell is on a mission to better understand himself. He asks, “Hey myself, where are you from?”

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8 thoughts on “AncestryDNA | CNN’s: Finding Kamau Bell Episode 1 | Ancestry

  1. He's, like, 28 percent white.

  2. Very interesting please do more of this, its like who do you think you are or finding your roots. Yes as an African American thats one thing we often fail to grasp. Its not just slave owners who haven children with slaves. My own ancestor was a white tobacco factory overseer, and his name was listed on the death certificate of my mixed race ancestor. This overseer is never recorded as owning slaves, so i have no idea how they met, but she lived on land he bought for her until his death after the Civil War. So it also raises the question if the relationship was mutual…

  3. People.
    Low DNA percentage points are just as significant as high.
    Low percents just mean, that particular ethnicity is earlier(further back) in your family tree.
    That means, typically, your ancestor was full blooded ______.
    The Ancestry.com site explains how the generation equates to the percentage.

  4. Very cool! I can’t wait to see where this goes.

  5. Where’s part 2???????????????

  6. Dee says:

    I love that this is a series! Can’t wait to see more

  7. I was wondering why Kamau would do the research based on his DNA when both of his parents are still living. His parents' DNA would give him SO much more information than his own DNA. Glad to see in the preview that the parents are testing.

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