Black teenagers are scuba diving in Florida to help find sunken slave ships March 2, 2020 Tags:a:national, archeology, biscayne, diving with a purpose, Florida, guerrero, Jamestown, maritime archeology, national park service, News, nicole ellis, race, reparations, ross godwin, s:National, scuba diving, shipwreck, slavery, t:Descendants, The Washington Post, WaPo Video, Washington Post Video, Washington Post YouTube Related Posts Welcome to the BC Archives How These Notorious Serial Killers Really Got Caught Avula Conservation Biology – From Field To Fork About The Author John Henderson 17 Comments wesley rodgers Aren't shipwrecks designated as gravesites?. February 27, 2020 Reply Fellow White Person Yo Dawg…We Wuz Kangz February 27, 2020 Reply Rotten Tomaten YO DAWG, WE WAS LIKE ATLANTIANS AND SHIET. February 27, 2020 Reply MysticMarble She's cute ⚘ February 27, 2020 Reply CammieGee Another example of great content from Washington Post February 27, 2020 Reply Trap Drip Quite good video, awesome! Would you like to be YouTube friends? :] February 27, 2020 Reply BAN THIS CHANNEL 🤮🤮🤮 February 27, 2020 Reply BAN THIS CHANNEL based comments lolf_ck Washington Post 🖕🏻 February 27, 2020 Reply Cory Goodman Hopefully they find and restore it to return them to their great chiefs that sold their ancestors. February 27, 2020 Reply Stephen Michalski Very very cool stuff.And like he said…..it was only 3 generations ago.Small wonder we still have race issue's.There's still a lot of really really stupid people. February 27, 2020 Reply Just Lorien A dark period in American History. February 27, 2020 Reply Naheen Robinson Understanding where we came from….Who we came from is understanding oneself.I have colonial family history and I live with the shame of ancestors that owned slaves. I am also indigenous so I understand my heritage and easily find pride in my culture. However, I want to be proud of my colonial heritage as well.I am unable to know what a Black person feels, yet I seek to understand my past to heal today. It is understood that trauma and epigenetic changes occur. We are all seeking ways to evolve beyond surviving-Perhaps DNA healing. February 27, 2020 Reply Pradeep Chandar why "Black" Teenagers? Scuba diving in Ship wrecks is a normal activity. Wankers are over dramatizing for media. Grow up February 27, 2020 Reply Clutch Cargo Black people in water? You guys are brave February 27, 2020 Reply John Bran They're getting their hair wet? February 28, 2020 Reply julani moreno we were already here so called afro Americans don't let them fool you ask the ? we were the native Americans Indians here February 28, 2020 Reply Southside Chicago pro-black affirmative action. keep asians out of harvard. February 28, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.