Photo: "A red clay Negro cemetery". Courtesy: Library of Congress



They have been bulldozed over by shopping centers, crept over by weeds and forgotten by time. Across the country, from Lower Manhattan to the Deep South, are unmarked slave burial sites, often discovered only by chance or by ignominious circumstance as when construction crews accidentally exhume bodies when building a shopping mall.
— The New York Times

April 3, 2016 -  The New York Times Sunday Review
Why Slaves’ Graves Matter

February 21, 2016 -  USA Today
Uncovering a Painful Past for African Americans, One Headstone at a Time

October/November, 2013 -  Family Tree Magazine
Rediscovering Slave Burial Sites

May 5, 2013 - REUTERS
Historians Battle to Save U.S. Slave Burial Sites

March 24, 2013 - NPR, All Things Considered
Marking Forgotten Slave Burial Sites, Online

March 18, 2013 -  The New York Times
Slaves’ Forgotten Burial Sites, Marked Online

March 2013 - ESSENCE Magazine
Burial Rites