The history of Meaher and the slave ship Clotilda may offer one of the more clear-cut cases for slavery reparations, with identifiable perpetrators and victims.
SOURCE: National Geographic
The black underwater archaeology advocates searching for slave shipwrecks.
SOURCE: NY Times
The people of Africatown are already dreaming that the ship’s bones will reside with them, serving as a key not only to the past but to the future, attracting tourists and sparking a much-needed renaissance.
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