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News and Blog Posts

We work hard to share our work and to get our efforts noticed by the media. We believe that a well informed community is an empowered one as well, so take a look at our blog posts, journal articles and news coverage. Help spread the word about the importance of preserving and protecting African descendant burial grounds!

36 bodies were found in unmarked colonial graves. DNA is revealing their stories. - The Wa

Artist Stephen Hayes Jr. begins molding hands for the memorial

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journal Article published!

Washington Post Article about the Anson Street African Burial Ground project.

First publication about the ASABG project research in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology!

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Article published in Science Magazine features the ASABG project

Ephrath and Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church cemeteries at 88 Smith Street

Gullah Society in the News

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