Can Black People in the Americas Trace Their African Roots Through DNA?
Using DNA to trace African ancestry is very popular among Caribbean and African-Americans wishing to trace their roots to Africa. Unfortunately, what these don't know is this scientific tool has severe limitations. The truth is, DNA testing cannot tell precisely which people in Africa those ancestors on the slave ships came from. Sadly, very few know this truth. Taking advantage of society's ignorance, unscrupulous people have set themselves up as DNA merchants and dupe those using this scientific tool to search for their African ancestry. Take a look at the following video. It may look quiet innocuous. However, see if you can spot the fraud DNA merchants perpetuate by the lies told in the video and in the process dupe the unsuspecting victims of their money.
This is an introduction to articles on black history, in which I will show without any shadow of doubt, the true identity of African-Americans and black people from theCaribbean by revealing the identity of their ancestors who originated from West Africa.
About three hundred years ago during the Trans Atlantic Trade many black people were uprooted from West Africa and taken as slaves to the Americas. Since then, their descendants in the Caribbean and in both North and South America, have not stopped searching for their roots. These black people have wondered about the slave trade, why it happened and which people they belong to in Africa. Because of this gap in their black history, descendants of the slaves who are conscious of their identity have worried about their true identity for the longest time.