Black Heritage Riders -The Journey of A Modern African American Pioneer
Vol. II

Manhattan, New York- Los Angeles, California,    Tuesday, April 1, 2008

No. 848
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The photographs below are produced by the official photographer of Black Heritage Riders, Inc. and AMAAP, Joyce M. Walker. Click on any of the images to see a larger view..

First Day of the Trek
Miles Dean and Dr. Jefferies at City College The Film Maker on the AMAAP project Dr. Jefferies commenting on the African Burial Grounds located in Manhattan The Pouring of Libations and Prayers to the ancestors, at the Arican Burial Grounds
'Uncle Ben,' as he is affectionately know, a 95 year old cowboy The mother of Miles Dean The Processional of the Cowboys and Cowgirls to the African Burial Grounds in Manhattan Miles Dean, in the door of the traveling trailer, receives final instructions from the Yoruba Priest in Manhattan