Who Do You Think You Are?
Se O Seu DNA Falasse
Sigrid Johnson Was Black. A DNA Test Said She Wasn’t.
The Media Moment
For National Geographic, an Exploration of Race (and Commercial Opportunity)
The Blurring of Racial Lines won't save America. Why 'racial fluidity' is a con
There’s No Scientific Basis for Race—It's a Made-Up Label
They considered themselves white, but DNA tests told a more complex story
African Americans Connect with Roots Through DNA
NPR Interview - Who's Your Great-Great-Great-Great Granddaddy?
NPR Code Switch - one.npr.org, 8/9/17
"What does our DNA tell us"
The Breaking Free Show with Marilyn Shannon, 5/15/17
"DNA Tests, and Sometimes Surprising Results"
The NY Times, 4/20/17
Radio Times - Genetic Ancestry Testing
Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane - whyy.org, 1/25/17
- NPR Interview - Anita Foeman: DNA Discussion Project
NPR Here & Now - NPR.org, 1/4/17
“Exploring Our Roots (January Issue, pg.31)“
issuu.com - The WC Press, 1/1/17
- BBC Interview - Anita Foeman: DNA Discussion Project
BBC Outside Source - BBC.co.uk, 12/30/16
“To bring a divided country together, start with a little spit“
"Our Common Core: Ancestry DNA-Hope for Humanity"
TED X Talks - youtube.com, 12/21/16
“Exploring genetic roots to help students understand race, themselves“
“West Chester DNA project to show one community, ancestry”
Daily Local News, 8/2/15
“In West Chester, DNA becomes a building block for race debate”