The Kindred Press Blog
Good Ancestor – Juneteenth Resources
Juneteenth celebrates the liberation of enslaved people in the United States. Started in Texas in 1865 (2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed) when
Free Activity Guide
I am so excited to share this new resource with you! I created this guide with the help of several friends. As a group of moms
Roots Tech 2020 Highlights
My first year at RootsTech was fantastic! It’s so fun to be in a place full of thousands of people who all share the same
Family History & Racial Literacy
“By searching for our roots we come closer together as a human family.” -Orrin Hatch Family History is a gift that connects us. Not only
Shame, Trauma & Family History
I’ve been reading the book “It Didn’t Start With You” by Mark Wolynn which talks about the cycles of inherited family trauma. In it he
Family Love Story Printables
My family loves Valentine’s Day. We take a little bit different approach than the traditional and put our focus on the love we have for
How can we honor our ancestors when our history is complicated?
It’s likely that most of us who have dug into our pasts in any way have found some type of skeletons in the proverbial closet.
Family Holiday Recipe Cards
I’m not sure about you guys, but food is a BIG part of my family’s holiday traditions and part of what makes them so special
Gather & Grow in Gratitude
If you’re anything like me you’re also guilty of basically skipping right over Thanksgiving and diving from Halloween right into Christmas. Who can blame us?
Healing Through the Veil
Sharing my experience with trauma, family history and healing through our family stories. This video was originally created for Season For Family
Every Story Matters
The Christmas that I was eleven years old, my grandma gave me a Book of Remembrance. This giant, three-inch, three-ring binder was chock-full of pedigree
Gathering Strength – Krista
My grandma was an entertainer, a poet, a writer and a cook. And so, so much more. She passed away when I was only 14.