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May 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
For centuries, the history of enslaved Africans was buried under skyscrapers, asphalt, and America’s amnesia. Ten to twenty-thousand unnamed skeletal remains of African men, women and mostly children lay in the heart of Wall Street in lower Manhattan while millions of other human beings drowned in the Atlantic Ocean during the massacre on the Middle Passage. While we may never know their dreams, what they hoped for or know their actual given names, what we do know is that the inhumane terror imposed on those Africans during slavery was brutal and the aftermath is still being felt today.