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FAMILY PICTURES USA

Join host Thomas Allen Harris to explore American cities, towns and rural communities through the lens of the family photo album, unearthing rich personal stories that expand our understanding of history, diversity and common values.

Michelle Lanier shared stories of her grandmother's legacy and her family's life in N.C.

Michelle Lanier shared stories of her grandmother's legacy and her family's life in N.C.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

Host Thomas Allen Harris with North Carolina poet laureate Jaki Shelton Green, and her cousin Sterling Michael Holt.

Host Thomas Allen Harris with North Carolina poet laureate Jaki Shelton Green, and her cousin Sterling Michael Holt.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

Host Thomas Allen Harris in Detroit with Paul Wasserman, the owner of America's oldest hat retailer - Henry the Hatter.

Host Thomas Allen Harris in Detroit with Paul Wasserman, the owner of America's oldest hat retailer - Henry the Hatter.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

Host Thomas Allen Harris visits the former site of the Packard Plant in Detroit with Arthur Kirsh to share insights from his family photo album.

Host Thomas Allen Harris visits the former site of the Packard Plant in Detroit with Arthur Kirsh to share insights from his family photo album.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

Thomas Lockyear II gave host Thomas Allen Harris a tour of the local history in Southwest Florida's Everglades.

Thomas Lockyear II gave host Thomas Allen Harris a tour of the local history in Southwest Florida's Everglades.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

Twelve miles south of Immokalee, Fla., cowboy Clint Raulerson takes host Thomas Allen Harris through his family album on the ranch his family has worked on for three generations.

Twelve miles south of Immokalee, Fla., cowboy Clint Raulerson takes host Thomas Allen Harris through his family album on the ranch his family has worked on for three generations.

Credit: Courtesy of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion LLC

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