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Year: 2015

Walking Tour of the Black Wall Street Massacre (formerly known as the Tulsa Race Riots) Walking Tour of the Black Wall Street Massacre (formerly known as the Tulsa Race Riots)

On Friday I had the great pleasure of joining the Association for Black Collegians (ABC) on a guided tour of the historic districts of Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma recounting the true

Using Archaeology to Investigate Your Own History Using Archaeology to Investigate Your Own History

  A student at Virginia Commonwealth University discovers her own heritage as she studies anthropology. Here she is in front of the George Gilmore family cabin, a cabin belonging to

Cock-fighting in St. Croix? Cock-fighting in St. Croix?

  Reading about the conditions of slavery on the island of St. Croix can be difficult at times to understand the harsh realities that the enslaved Afro-Caribbean community had to

DAY 1-Archaeology Camp at Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecological Preserve DAY 1-Archaeology Camp at Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecological Preserve

From July 6-24, 2015 I had the pleasure of serving as the archaeologist in residence for the Earthangle Humane Inclusion Summer Camp Experience. Over a period of 3 weeks we