Author and genealogist Kenyatta Berry autographs books at Atlanta History Center for Juneteenth.
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Author and genealogist Kenyatta Berry autographs books at Atlanta History Center for Juneteenth.

"Recreational Genetics" are a thing. Apparently, an estimated 26 million people worldwide have dug into their ancestry with the help of at-home DNA kits such as Ancestry or 23andMe. But finding your family story requires more than learning ethnic percentages from a DNA swab. 

That's where genealogist Kenyatta Berry comes in. She's a lawyer and co-host of PBS' Genealogy RoadshowBerry visited On Second Thought to talk about her new book, The Family Tree Toolkit: A Comprehensive Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry and Researching Genealogy.

On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott speaks with Kenyatta Berry.

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Kenyatta Berry speaks at a Juneteenth event at the Atlanta History Center.
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Kenyatta Berry speaks at a Juneteenth event at the Atlanta History Center.