Honoring African ancestors who perished during the Middle Passage and those ancestors who survived and arrived at this settlement
Event and Panel Discussion
The festival celebrates the spirit of the Clotilda survivors who were among 110 Africans brought illegally to Mobile as cargo from Dahomey (present-day Benin) in Africa aboard the ship Clotilda in 1860. Despite the challenges, they formed the Africatown community, … Continue reading
The annual spiritual remembrance of the two 1838 Battles of the Loxahatchee River against the Native and African American Seminoles of Florida. For further information call 305-7737714 or visit www.fbhrpinc.org.
The Algiers community will remember the enslaved Africans who arrived at Algiers.
Honoring those African ancestors who perished during the Middle Passage, those who survived and arrived in bondage to Mobile, and their descendants Unveiling historic marker identifying Mobile as a UNESCO Site of Memory associated with the UNESCO Slave Route Project … Continue reading
Honoring enslaved African ancestors who perished during the Middle Passage, those who survived and arrived at Pensacola, and their descendants Free and open to the public
For more information: https://stonecenter.unc.edu/program/1619-collective-memoryies-symposium/ Also: Call-(919) 9629001; email – stone email@example.com Free and open to the Public
Temporary Marker Installation for Sapelo Bay
A Teach-In at the Library observing the 400th anniversary of the arrival of enslaved Africans to the shores of Jamestown, Virginia, examining freedom movements and liberation strategies from the Middle Passage to Black Lives Matter and beyond. Saturday, October 26 … Continue reading