#RootsTech2015 Video Interviews by Bernice Bennett

April 1, 2015  - by 

Bernice Bennett runs the popular website Research at the National Archives and Beyond! (Blogtalkradio). She had the chance to interview individuals at RootsTech 2015 in Salt Lake City. Her videos are now available on YouTube. She spoke with members of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Mid-West African American Genealogy Institute of St. Louis, Paul Nauta, Tamu Smith, and talks about the book Our Ancestors, Our Stories. The interviews cover a wide range of topics of interest to our readers. Enjoy!

Sherri Camp, Shelley Murphy, Angela Walton-Raji, and Sabra Stewart Johnson, Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society

Website: http://www.aahgs.org/

Bernice Bennett, Janis Minor Forté, Shelley Murphy, Faculty and Coordinators of Mid-West African American Genealogy Institute of St. Louis, interviewed by Angela Walton-Raji

Website: http://www.maagi-stl.org/
Website: http://africanrootspodcast.com/

Paul Nauta, FamilySearch

Website: http://www.familysearch.org

Our Ancestors, Our Stories

Website: http://thememorykeepers.net/

Tamu Smith, Sistas in Zion

Website: http://sistasinzion.com/

Nathan Murphy

Nathan W. Murphy, MA, AG is a United States and Canada Research Consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. He specializes in Southern United States and English family trees.

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  1. What I really would like is access to the classes, especially those related to family history consultants etc. Where do I find those?

  2. I enjoyed watching the Genealogy Podcast with Bernice Bennett. I especially enjoyed the podcast where Tamu Smith is interviewing Bernice, since Bernice is the one who usually does the interviews.