Sat Apr 21 2012, 1:00 pm
On Labor Day weekend 2009, on 30th Avenue in Astoria, the most diverse street in the most diverse city of the most diverse country in world, a team of National Geographic scientists swab the cheeks of some 200 random New Yorkers – hoping to reveal clues about our ancestral footprints and prove we are all cousins in the “family of man.”
This is their story. This is our story. Free
These programs are supported by public funds form the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and NYC Council Member Peter Vallone, Jr. Additional support provided by the membership of the Greater Astoria Historical Society.