Rutherford’s Bill Galloway reflects on genealogy, racial history

Bill Galloway, a resident with roots that go back to the 1920s in Rutherford, is proud of both his black roots and the “miscegenation” of his family. The longtime-Rutherford resident’s ancestors built a solid foundation with a focus on education and work ethic in a fully integrated school system since the 1920s. The family built relationships with individuals of all backgrounds, and made lasting connections that cemented their success as community leaders.

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Watch now: Native American connections | Faces of America | PBS Video

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Eva Longoria learns of her Native American ancestry.

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Community Village: FINALLY! I know what I am… from my Mom’s side.

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Here are my results from the National Geographic Genographic test kit that I submitted months ago. The red line shows the path that my Mom’s family tree migrated.
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Adele Logan Alexander: 2010 National Book Festival

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Author and scholar Adele Logan Alexander appears at the 2010 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Adele Logan Alexander’s research and teaching incorpo…
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