Dubuque (KWWL) -- The Carnegie-Stout Public Library is helping teens learn about Iowa's African-American history and how to explore their own family's history.
A free program for teens and their parents is February 26 from 6 to 7 p.m., in the library's third-floor auditorium.
Multicultural Family Center Director Jacqueline Hunter will talk about Iowa's connections to African-American history.
Library staff will show attendees how to use the Ancestry.com database to research their family roots.
Registration is required.
Those interested have to sign up on the library online calendar at www.dubuque.lib.ia.us or call the Children's Help Desk at (563) 589-4225 ext. 2228.