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REISHA RANEY IS THE ONLY BLACK MEMBER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
IN THE ROOM
The Only One in the Room Podcast
The D.A.R. tried in recent decades to attract members of diverse backgrounds, and in doing so, it had to overcome as many decades of bad press. Because of their reputation, they have historically had trouble attracting African-American members. The Daughters of the American Revolution is an organization with more than 1,000,000 women. They became members to honor their heritage as well as learn more about the amazing history of the D.A.R and what members are doing today to continue that legacy.
I AM A DESCENDANT OF THOMAS JEFFERSON (II)
Bill Myers Inspires Podcast
Reisha Raney, host of the Daughter Dialogues podcast and descendant of President Thomas Jefferson's grandfather, Thomas Jefferson II, discusses interracial relationships throughout America's history.
She begins with the story of her heritage from the relationship of her 3rd great grandfather Edwin Turpin, who was the great grandson of Thomas Jefferson II, living out his life with his wife Mary, an enslaved woman.
Reisha also shares examples of white men with black women, and black men with white women, from the oral histories of the women from black women who descend from patriots of the American Revolution as told on the Daughter Dialogues podcast, all of which occurred against the backdrop of racism since the beginning.
THE DAUGHTER DIALOGUES PODCAST WITH
Research at the National Archives and Beyond Podcast
Reisha Raney discusses how she conducts the research for the Daughter Dialogues oral history project and podcast with Bernice Bennett. She speaks about the specifics of her podcasting workflow and methodology for recording and producing episodes.
AFRICAN ANCESTRY FAMILY CONVERSATION WITH REISHA RANEY
Watch a replay of the Instagram Live discussion with Dr. Gina Paige, co-founder and president of African Ancestry, during which Reisha Raney talks about her journey going from her African Ancestry DNA results of the Fulani people of Mali to joining the Daughters of the American Revolution, becoming the host of the Daughter Dialogues podcast and founder of DaughterDialogues.com.