Join Elizabeth as she once again examines the stories of three people buried in a cemetery in the Atlanta metro area. Second-sight, sharecropping, and a street called Auburn Avenue provide context for the lives of those resting at Washington Park Cemetery many of whom were descendants of slaves.
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Michelle S. Hite, "Finding the Back Entrance Unsuitable: Liberation, Pedagogy, and South-View Cemetery", Transformations, 26:2 (2016): 272-282.
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