Howard University Student Discovers Dietary History of New York’s Enslaved Africans


Apr 17, 2019 - 5:00

[caption id="attachment_73338" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Carter Clinton (courtesy of Howard University).[/caption] A Ph.D. student from Howard University recently discovered new information about the diets of enslaved Africans. Carter Clinton’s doctoral research focuses on the ground soil at the African Burial Ground

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4 Replies to “Howard University Student Discovers Dietary History of New York’s Enslaved Africans”

  1. An amazing challenge to a history of Science that works under a facade of political neutrality. These histories deserve to be known and I look forward to more incredible researchers breaking the boundaries by bringing in those histories in interdisciplinary ways. This work can be done with all passions and gifts! Well done!

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