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In the Beginning… Virginia, Along the Trail of Enslaved Africans

Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 12:00pm to 12:00am

Please join Elegba Folklore Society to experience In the Beginning… Virginia, Along the Trail of Enslaved Africans, a cultural history tour.  Journey into Richmond’s history to visit sites to hear the stories that live between the pages of history books.  Ponder the impact of enslavement on the enslaved as shared in their own words and from their own view.  Walk in our ancestors’ footsteps from their arrival point at river’s edge into Shockoe Bottom, the area of Richmond that housed the holding pens, jails, blocks and burial ground.  Learn from narratives of enslaved Africans, the historical record and characterizations of the day to immerse yourself in past occurrences that impact our perspectives today.
 
We will travel by bus and also on foot.  Please wear comfortable shoes.  Bring a bottle of water.  Covid protocols.
 
This series begins on Saturday, July 10 at noon.  Tours occur every second Saturday through November.   Tickets are $15 for adults and $7.50 for children under 12.  You may purchase tickets on our website.
 
Questions?  story1@efsinc.org or 804.644.3900

Elegba Folklore Society
101 E Broad St, Richmond, VA 23219

Audience

All ages

Type

Outdoor, Tours

Topic

History, Multicultural

Tags

artoberva, artoberVA2021, artoberva21

Website

https://efsinc.org/tours/

Cost

$15 for Adults; $7.50 for Children 12 and under

Group & Artist
Elegba Folklore Society
Is this a digital event?

No

Contact Information

story1@efsinc.org

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