In this image taken from video, a sign for Bruslie Cemetery circa 1830s stands by a burial ground for slaves in New Orleans, Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The Shell Oil Company has spruced up, marked and blocked off tracts of its land in the Convent community west of New Orleans where archaeologists confirmed the presence of slave burial grounds in 2013.
In this image taken from video, a sign for Bruslie Cemetery circa 1830s stands by a burial ground for slaves in New Orleans, Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The Shell Oil Company has spruced up, marked and blocked off tracts of its land in the Convent community west of New Orleans where archaeologists confirmed the presence of slave burial grounds in 2013. AP Photo)
In this image taken from video, a sign for Bruslie Cemetery circa 1830s stands by a burial ground for slaves in New Orleans, Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The Shell Oil Company has spruced up, marked and blocked off tracts of its land in the Convent community west of New Orleans where archaeologists confirmed the presence of slave burial grounds in 2013. AP Photo)

Forgotten no more: Shell Oil preserves slave cemeteries

June 14, 2018 04:51 PM