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A Gravesite Commemoration Committee has been formed “to explore alternatives and develop recommendations for appropriately documenting and safeguarding the unrecorded grave shafts and to suggest ways in which the University may memorialize” the site.Laid out before them, an irregular checkerboard stamped on the red Virginia clay, was a series of poorly marked and unmarked grave shafts, 67 in all.

Coffin, a reporter with the Boston Journal, was one of the first newspapermen to reach Charleston after the Confederate military abandoned it in February 1865.

By Tony Maddox Executive Vice President and Managing Director of CNN International You know that moment when you read something, and then immediately have to re-read it because you cannot believe it is true? The United Nations estimates the total market value of human trafficking at 32 billion U. But let’s remember the commodity here is not drugs or contraband; it is human beings. Those unable to defend themselves, those who innocently trust the intentions of others, those who can easily be made to disappear.

That happened to me when I read that the levels of slavery and people trafficking today are greater than at any point in history. Obviously there is no precise figure, but the International Labor Organization and respected abolitionists like Kevin Bales and Siddharth Kara put the global number of slaves at between 10-30 million worldwide. Driving the global people trading business is ruthless greed, vast returns on investment and crucially, government ineffectiveness. The cruelty and inhumanity of those who would profit from such a crime is truly shocking.

The start of the Civil War 150 years ago this week marked the beginning of the end for the "peculiar institution" of slavery.

In 1865, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution officially abolished slavery in the reconstructed United States, bringing great change to the country's culture and the South's economy.