The African Burial Ground: Black Archaeology in Early NYC

Slavery was present in New York City for hundreds of years. NYC was the top slave-owning city in the 1700s, second only to Charleston, South Carolina. Enslaved men and women built the wall of Wall Street, fought in the American Revolution, and led multiple rebellions. Find out more in this class!
– Venue address: 190 Underhill Ave in Prospect Heights, BK
The closest trains are the B/Q to 7th Ave or the 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza.
– Contact information: [email protected] / [email protected]
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When: Tue., February 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Slavery was present in New York City for hundreds of years. NYC was the top slave-owning city in the 1700s, second only to Charleston, South Carolina. Enslaved men and women built the wall of Wall Street, fought in the American Revolution, and led multiple rebellions. Find out more in this class!
– Venue address: 190 Underhill Ave in Prospect Heights, BK
The closest trains are the B/Q to 7th Ave or the 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza.
– Contact information: [email protected] / [email protected]
$10
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