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When planning your next trip to Mobile, Alabama, make sure to make time to visit “Clotilda: The Exhibition.”

The exhibition tells the story of the planning and execution of the last known illegal

A remarkable legacy is explained in Mobile, Alabama.

Clotilda: The Exhibition opened on July 8 in Africatown in Mobile, Alabama. This exhibit, showcased inside the newly constructed Africatown

At the Africatown Heritage House in Mobile, Alabama, a new exhibition tells fresh stories about the African American experience.

In the summer of 1860, America’s last known slave ship smuggled 110

On July 8, 1860, shipbuilder William Foster brought 110 men, women, and children stolen from West Africa into Mobile Bay, in Alabama, more than 50 years after slavery was abolished in America.

Tickets to Site That Shares the Stories of the 110 Survivors of the Last American Slave Ship Now Available “Clotilda: The Exhibition” Will Open at Africatown Heritage House on July 8 Mobile, Alabama

Mobile, Alabama (May 31, 2023) — Africatown Heritage House, the site that will be home to “Clotilda: The Exhibition” and share the long-untold story of the last known slave ship to arrive in the

A Grim History Resurfaces

Nowhere is this more palpable than in Mobile, a Gulf Coast city some 250 miles south of Birmingham. The city made headlines in 2019, when the Clotilda – the last ship known

The Clotilda 100 (Mobile, Alabama)
But new experiences are not always roses and glitter. While in Mobile, Alabama, I met Darron Patterson, president of the Clotilda Descendants Association, one of

In honor of Black History Month, New York Met great Cleon Jones, who caught the last out of the 1969 World Series, shares his incredible story: from his friendship with Jackie Robinson as a player

Africatown Museum Construction Begins |

Friday, February 19, 2021 5:00 AM by John Sharp

The official start of the first major tourism attraction connected to the 2019 discovery of the last slave ship to enter the United States kicked off Thursday, February 19, 2021, with a ceremony that