Honoring African liberation soldiers at Richmond's African Burial Ground

The African Ancestral Chamber and Unitarian Universalists Church held a joint Memorial Day program to honor our ancestral Africans fighting against enslavement in Richmond's earliest years. This report is provided by Iya Esparzza of Afrocity Tours:
"We thank Amen-Ausar so much for the honor and privilege to stand proudly upon the firm shoulders of our African Ancestors, each every one of us, respectively and respectfully. We thank God for the strength and relative good health to even appear at such an awesome and Sacred moment in Time and Space.Thank you!" From Bro. OM
The AAC/UUC Memorial Day Program honoring African soldiers fighting for liberation during the African Holocaust (Maafa) was a hugh success. Slideshow pics: http://afrocitytours.zenfolio.com/p201888460We recommit ourselves to the ongoing quest for African peace and strength, and hope that you will join in noted efforts: 
To continue preservation of the hallowed African Burial Grounds, and to ensure that NO BASEBALL STADIUM is built IN SHOCKOE BOTTOM, a meeting will be held this Thursday, May 30, 7 pm, at the William Byrd House in Oregon Hill to discuss next steps. To learn more about why Shockoe Bottom is Important to African history:
The legacy of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey will be celebrated by centennial recognition of the UNIA in 2014. A planning meeting will be held on Friday, May 31 at 6:30pm at 2508 Chamberlayne Ave.
Finally, the NEXT MEETING of the African Ancestral Chamber will be held on Sunday, June 3rd at 3pm, at the Williamsburg Road Flea Market. Walking this spiritual journey in unity is divine.
Peace, Inspiration and Determination!