Return to the African Burial Ground


Subject:
Black Resources , United States History , Slavery , Slavery, Abolition, & Emancipation

Description:
This 2003 interview with the physical anthropologist who was the director of the African Burial Ground Project discusses how "on October 3, 2003, the remains of more than 400 enslaved people arrived in New York and were taken in a procession up Broadway to their final resting place, the African Burial Ground, from which they had been removed 12 years ago [1991]." Includes photos from the event. From the Archaeological Institute of America.

Publisher:
Archaeological Institute of America

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.archaeology.org/online/interviews/blakey/


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