Freedom in Congo Square
A poetic tribute to a lesser-known event in African-American history describes how after working relentlessly for more than six days, slaves in 19th-century New Orleans were permitted to congregate in Congo Square to sing, dance, and put aside their troubles for a few hours.
Author:Carole Boston Weatherford
Illustrator:Christie r. Gregory
Publisher:Little Bee Books
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