Bidwell Hollow
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Bidwell Hollow

Seeing Words That Speak Truth to Power

Maya Angelou and her contribution to an African burial ground in lower Manhattan

Bidwell Hollow © 2020

Workers building a U.S. government office in lower Manhattan in 1991 found something in the dirt. Bones. Because it was a federal project, construction had to stop while experts investigated. And that’s how we uncovered the most substantial African burial ground in…

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Nicholas E. Barron

Nicholas E. Barron

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