SOURCE: NY Times
The people of Africatown are already dreaming that the ship’s bones will reside with them, serving as a key not only to the past but to the future, attracting tourists and sparking a much-needed renaissance.
SOURCE: PBS Newshour
The remains of the last slave ship that came to America have been found in Alabama's Mobile River. In 1860, the schooner Clotilda brought 110 Africans to U.S. shores, decades after it was illegal to import slaves into the country.
SOURCE: National Geographic
"This finding is also a critical piece of the story of Africatown, which was built by the resilient descendants of America’s last slave ship."
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