“A crowd-sourced history project uncovers New England’s connections with the trans-Atlantic slave trade,” By Amy Paradysz in Green & Healthy Maine | Link

“Maine’s involvement in the 19th-century economy of enslavement,” By Karen Cadbury in Amjambo Africa | Link

“Former slaves founded community in the Midcoast,” By Stephanie Bouchard in The Working Waterfront | Link

“Virtual Portland walk points out city’s early ties to slavery,” By Michael Kelley in Portland Press Herald | February 24, 2021 | Link

“University of Southern Maine students researching region’s complicity in slave trade,” USM Office of Public Affairs | Link

“Two Conversations on Repressed Memories Offered in ‘Remapping New England'” in Free Press Online | January 26, 2021 | Link

“Unearthing the Cape’s Connection to the Slave Trade,” by Susan Blood in The Banner | August 24, 2018 |  Link

“Were Cape Sea Captains Involved in the Slave Trade? Harwich Talk Explores Controversial Topic” by Debra Lawless in The Cape Cod Chronicle  |  May 9, 2018  |  Link

Audio Interviews

Maine Public Radio
“Maine’s Role in the Slave Trade: Research Uncovers Significant Slave Trading in New England,” Interview by Keith Shortall  with Kate McMahon, museum specialist, Center for the Study of Global Slavery, National Museum of African American History & Culture and Meadow Dibble, director, Atlantic Black Box; visiting scholar, Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University  |  January 21, 2020 | Link

WOMR Provincetown
Pandora Peoples interviews Meadow Dibble about Cape Cod Merchant Sea Captains and the Slave Trade on the show “Healing Wisdom”  |  January 2, 2020  |  Link

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