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The dates got mixed up and my sister won't be here until NEXT weekend. Since Damari is in LA, it seems I have a cake and a apartment to myself for a few days #ForkIt #MeParty That sky, though! #Brooklyn #RainyNights #nofilter Happy #Juneteenth!! On September 22, 1862, not all slaves in America were freed. Many slaves were not freed until much later, when hey finally got the news. The last of those slaves were freed on June 19, 1865 after a reading of the Emancipation Proclamation in Galveston, TX. This date became Juneteenth- a day of celebration and reflection in the African American community. My mother, being from Texas, recalls her own celebrations in the 40s and 50s. We continue these celebrations today! May you all find a fish fry and some drink! May we all celebrate community and progress! May we all reflect on the lives that continued to be lost due to inequity and oppression around the globe and in our daily lives #LiftEveryVoiceAndSing We got this last year from #ikea's #friendsgiving promotion last year and I finally got to use it last night. I'm in LOVE with this #cuttingboard! (I used it as a serving platter) Our first featured artist, Hailey Elizabeth, was amazing! I can't wait to talk more about it, but I'm pretty sure that #Apt1R and the biscuits I made tonight, are the most significant things I've ever done in my life. Seriously. Prepping for tonight's first #Apt1R gathering #artistspaces #blackarts #foodfolksandfun
Trowel and Bone

an exploration of all things death

The Bioarchaeology of Childhood | Sian Halcrow

I study dead babies from the past