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CBPM Index:
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Become a Member
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Research your Family Ancestry
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Contact:
Oyah Menen
Join A Study Circle
Washington DC
20010
CBPM's 832nd Member

Phone:
770-912-7053

Email Address:
afrgive@bellsouth.net

Web:
www.cbpm.org/joinastudycircle
www.aaprp-intl.org/bsoa
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Join A Study Circle
Would you like to learn more about 'African
History' and the liberation movements in
Africa?
Would you like to learn more about
researching your family ancestry?
Join our Georgia Chapter of the All
African People's Revolutionary Party.
African History, Genealogy
Research
How to Research Your Family Ancestry.
It is very important that African people
document their family lineage.  We cannot
rely on anyone else.  We must keep records
for the next generations.  There is a wide
variety of ways to get information about your
great great grandparents and their parents.  
Here are just a few ways you can begin your
research.
Record Keeping:
First get a large plastic folder that closes or a brief
case to keep all the information you need.
a. Decide whether you would like to research your
family on your mother's side or your father's side.
b. Talking to your relatives and getting information from
them is very important.  Please write it down as they
give your names and relations.
c. Find out what state and county or burrough they lived.
Write down all the locations.
d. Look at census records, marriage records, birth &
death certificates.
If you need assistance in
researching your ancestry
please call
Oyah at
770-912-7053
The AAPRP
Georgia Chapter
would like to invite you
to an Orientation
Please Call:
770-912-7053
First Booklist:  
The World and Africa by WEB Dubois
Capitalism and Slavery by Eric
Williams
History excerpt by Kwame Nkrumah
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