African Burial Ground


Update: The Future of the Pine St. African Burial Ground

After a whirlwind awareness and fundraising campaign in 2019, we successfully protected the Pine Street African Burial Ground in partnership with Harambee and in collaboration with Scenic Hudson. Since then, we have continued to work with Harambee and other community partners to steward and plan for the future of this sacred site.



5:30pm - 8:00pm

AJ Williams-Myers African Roots Center Presents “Farming While Black: African Diasporic Wisdom for Farming and Food...



6:00pm - 8:00pm

Land in Black Hands

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Presented by Black History Month Kingston, in partnership with the Kingston Land...


November 2nd: Youth Talent Showcase Highlighting the Pine Street African Burial Ground

Cyph Culture, a local youth hip hop group will be hosting a youth talent showcase on November 2nd from 1 to 4pm at Kingston’s Academy Green called Awakening Paths: Youth in the Spotlight: Our Past, Our Future. This free community event will highlight the Pine Street African Burial Ground and has been developed in collaboration with Harambee, Kingston Land Trust and Center for Creative Education.