Online Exhibitions

In May or June 1613, Jan Rodrigues, a free sailor from Hispaniola (in what is today the Dominican Republic), who worked for a Dutch fur trading company, was…

 

Though victimized, exploited and oppressed, Africans have been creative agents of their own history, culture, and political future. Lest We Forget documents and interprets the obstacle-ridden but life-affirming experiences of…

 

Twenty-five years ago in New York City, archaeologists excavated one of the most significant finds in American history: the largest known intact colonial African cemetery in America, the…