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Chris Haley’s Reflections on Roots - Shared screen with speaker view
Dr. Lois Rosado
36:08
They are showing roots on television now. Probably all month.
Brenda Parker
50:23
It was like forbidden fruit.
Brenda Parker
56:59
Sounds like you spent a bit of time trying to live up to others expectations was very diffuse.
Brenda Parker
57:18
Difficult
James Morgan
58:58
Don’t forget to drop your questions in the chat!!
Tracie Simmons
01:04:23
How has knowing your ancestry forwarded you and your contemporaries ( family members) ?
Dr. Lois Rosado
01:06:07
Have you had the opportunity to visit Gambia and meet family members there. I did meet your 6 or7th Great grandmother while visiting The Gambia. If yes, how were you received.
Dr. Lois Rosado
01:06:39
Again, Root is showing on TV now.
Samantha Dorm
01:08:25
Read about the creation of Kinte Corp production company. Article says the 1st production would be a double phonograph album of Alex Haley recounting how he did his research for “Roots.”Are there any copies out there?
Tod Roulette
01:08:25
What do you think black LGBTQ people and communities can take away from “Roots” about heteronormative black and how can it positively reinforce gird our sense of selves and creating family?
Krystal Appiah
01:23:14
How did your family background/history influence your decision to uncover Black lives in archives?
Michael Andrews
01:23:24
Have you researched other lines in your family? If so, What are 1 or 2 significant things you've discovered?
Patricia Braxton
01:24:02
In October 1984 my mother and I traveled to Senegal and The Gambia. We stopped by Juffereh on the way back from Banjul, Gambia for a brief tourist visit.
Tracie Simmons
01:25:11
thank you. yes.
Anne Haley
01:27:42
Chris's cousin Anne Haley, daughter of George, niece of Uncle Julius and Uncle Alex, here to support her beloved cousin as a fellow 8th generation'er from Kunta Kinte! Nice to see you all. The family is proud to continue our legacy and no one does it better than Chris. (And I can confirm that he got all the facts right! 😉 Aunt Bea's handwriting on those photos, Chris.)
Brenda Parker
01:28:28
Yes, I am proud of my lineage
Krystal Appiah
01:29:03
Hi, Chris! It's me!
Jeremy Alexander
01:31:36
Thanks for doing this tonight! Cheers, Jeremy S. Alexander from Georgetown University
Michael Andrews
01:32:17
Thanks Chris!
Krystal Appiah
01:32:21
Thank you! This was great!
Michael Andrews
01:32:28
& Haley Fam!
Dr. Lois Rosado
01:32:29
Thank you Chris. As usual your are entertaining and informative. Lois
Hope Godish
01:32:39
Thank you so much, Chris!!
Nenaji Jackson
01:32:48
Great content!
Krystal Appiah
01:33:20
Congratulations on the film!
Dr. Lois Rosado
01:33:35
Where is it showing
gina lewis
01:33:37
Thanks for the program/I really enjoy it.
Brenda Parker
01:33:48
Unmarked cool.
Joan Najee
01:34:05
excellent talk and host James Morgan
Brenda Parker
01:34:08
Thank you so much
Tod Roulette
01:34:09
Thank you Dr. F. Smith and Dr. Chitty
Patricia Braxton
01:34:23
https://www.unmarkedfilm.com/