Juneteenth remembers slaves in Richmond (via. Timesdispatch.com)

Richmond’s African Burial Ground in Shockoe Bottom is usually a somber place. But on Sunday — the final day of the Juneteenth celebration — the plot was overrun with smiles, cheers and songs.

This year, the Elegba Folklore Society teamed up with the Ifá Temple of Baltimore to hold a service honoring slaves who died in Richmond more than 150 years ago. See the entire article here.