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"Rio's Cemetery of New Blacks sheds light on horrors of slave trade: Tooth analysis shows Africans taken from wide area ranging from Sudan in the north-east to Mozambique in the south." http://ping.fm/fyNfY

NOTE from SGHRP: Scientists in Rio are using the same tooth analysis technique first used on the bioarchaeological remains in the New York African Burial Ground to ascertain countries of origin for the enslaved men, women and children who were buried in this site. The mid-18th to early-19th century use of this cemetery (1760-1830) coincides with that of Richmond's African Burial Ground (1750-1816).
Richmond-area endorsers of the 2012 Virginia People's Assembly will hold a press conference TODAY Monday, Dec. 19, to respond to the two-year state budget being proposed by Gov. Robert McDonnell. The press conference will take place at noon outside the General Assembly Building at the intersection of N. 9th and E. Grace streets. DefLIVE will air Call In from press conference during today's show. Live via www.WRIR.org or 97.3 FM.

January 2012

**Before you go, please confirm event details with contact information provided.** Jan. 8 - African Community Network's monthly meeting - 420 E. Cary St., Contact Mr. Jean 804-484-2371 or Mr. Djibril 804-389-4488 for detailsJan. 14 - Virginia Peoples' Assembly -  National day of observance of Peoples AssembliesJan. 15 - Camp Diva Invites you to a Divas Film Fest with Miss Representation & The Hooping Life, each film followed by a panel discussion.