June 30, 2021
Find a Grave® Volunteer of the Month. Find-a-Grave (Ancestry.com)
May 1, 2021
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. The Philadelphia Tribune.
April 29, 2021
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. Christine Fernando. The Associated Press.
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. Spectrum News NY1.
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. The Seattle Times
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. The Toronto Star (CA)
Black cemeteries are reflection of deep segregation history. The Independent (UK)
February 17, 2021
Richmond volunteers work to restore neglected African American cemeteries. The Commonwealth Times,
March 15, 2020
ECSU to host workshop on African-American cemeteries. Melissa Stuckey, The Daily Advance.’
January 10, 2020
Houston’s Pleasant Green-Culbertson cemetery is like many African American graveyards – rundown and blocked off. Sarah Smith, Houston Chronicle.
Suffolk’s Oak Lawn Cemetery: A History. Nadia K. Orton. Suffolk Happenings, Harambee Communications, Inc.
May 23, 2019
Free cookout at Oak Lawn this Saturday. Alex Perry, Suffolk News-Herald.
May 19, 2019
Possible slave cemetery on Georgia campus stirs debate. The Griffin Daily News (Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, AP Member Exchange.
May 19, 2019
Possible slave cemetery on Georgia campus stirs debate. Tuscaloosa News (Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
May 18, 2019
Possible Slave Cemetery on West Georgia Campus Stirs Debate. U.S. News & World Report (Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
May 13, 2019
Possible slave cemetery found on Georgia college campus. AL.com(Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
May 13, 2019
Possible slave cemetery on UWG campus stirs debate over buried history. Carrollton college, founded on former plantation, seeks answers. Ernie Suggs, Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
May 7, 2019
Honoring veterans with downtown cleanup. Alex Perry, Suffolk News-Herald.
April 30, 2019
Historic cemetery cleanup needs volunteers. Alex Perry, Suffolk News-Herald.
April 18, 2019
Historians push to preserve US service members’ gravestones in Hampton Roads. Jason Marks, Wavy 10 News, Wavy.com
April 15, 2019
She Promised to Honor Her Ancestors. First She Had to Find Them. Jennifer Brookland & Frank Stasio, WUNC 91.5, North Carolina Public Radio
April 10, 2019
Cemetery clean-up needs volunteers. Alex Perry, Suffolk-News-Herald
March 20, 2019
Historic black cemetery set for restoration. Alex Perry, Suffolk News-Herald
February 8, 2019
Alumna takes care of sacred spaces. Janine Latus, Duke Magazine
January 22, 2019
Bills seek state maintenance money for more historic African-American cemeteries. Samantha Willis, Virginia Mercury
October 6, 2018
Project to restore neglected African-American cemetery launches with public forums. Bridget Balch, Richmond Times-Dispatch
June 8, 2018
Old African-American cemeteries struggle to be equal. Roger Chesley, The Virginian-Pilot.
May 31, 2018
Segregation followed people to the grave. But a new bill provides funding for black cemeteries. Gordon Rago, The Virginian-Pilot.
April 28, 2018
Lost to time, a hidden black cemetery in Chesapeake is rediscovered. Margaret Matray, The Virginian-Pilot.
Perpetual Neglect: The Preservation Crisis of African-American Cemeteries. Zach Mortice, Places Journal.
No Landscape Tells But One Story, No History Follows But One Path: Considering Washington Park Cemetery and Narratives of a Divided City. Honoring Washington Park Cemetery: Its People and Place. Michael R. Allen, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.
Genealogical Tips From a Pro. Ben Werner, African American Today, The Virginian-Pilot (click to enlarge).
February 1, 2012
Mount Calvary Cemetery, a battle with time and neglect. Cherise Newsome, African American Today, The Virginian-Pilot.
November 3, 2010
Cemetery Complex Gains Advocates. Lia Russell, The Virginian-Pilot.