Re-Burial Ceremony for 400 Africans in Manhattan

Reporter Allison Keyes reports on two days of ceremonies marking the re-burial of more than 400 bodies removed from an African burial ground in lower Manhattan found during the 1991 construction of an office building. The celebrations are the culmination of a 12-year project.



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