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"Whether it’s your local newspaper, or what other vehicle you’re using…you can play a role making sure that your editor knows about it, or that you step up and write it,” said Deborah Barfield Berry during the latest #FirstFiveNow  program. Watch it here:

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"Whether it’s your local newspaper, or what other vehicle you’re using…you can play a role making sure that your editor knows about it, or that you step up and write it,” said Deborah Barfield Berry during the latest #FirstFiveNow  program. Watch it here:

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"Whether it’s your local newspaper, or what other vehicle you’re using…you can play a role making sure that your editor knows about it, or that you step up and write it,” said Deborah Barfield Berry during the latest #FirstFiveNow  program. Watch it here:

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"Whether it’s your local newspaper, or what other vehicle you’re using…you can play a role making sure that your editor knows about it, or that you step up and write it,” said Deborah Barfield Berry during the latest #FirstFiveNow  program. Watch it here:

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"There were times I had to pause and take deep breaths," says Deborah Barfield Berry, one of the project's reporters. "There were times I cried. There were times I paused and thought, 'I hope I'm doing this right. I pray I'm doing it right.'"

When reporter Deborah Barfield Berry was assigned to help cover the 400th anniversary of slavery's beginnings in America, she thought she'd be telling a story about one family's roots in Africa. She never expected to become a part of the story herself.

CORRECTION: We’ve deleted a tweet that mistakenly said that Deborah Barfield Berry discovered on a reporting assignment that she was a descendant of one of the first slaves brought to America.../1

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Journalist Deborah Barfield Berry went to Angola ready to document Wanda Tucker's journey, but it was actually the start of her own.

Today's #frontpage : USA TODAY reporter Deborah Barfield Berry was writing about America's first enslaved Africans. She was stunned to find her ancestors.

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Georgia NAACP files complaints alleging voting machines incorrectly registered votes (Deborah Barfield Berry / USA Today)

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Republicans in Congress return to baseball field nearly a year after gunman opened fire (Deborah Barfield Berry / USA Today)

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