Instituto de Pesquisa e Memória Pretos Novos (the Institute of Research and Memory of the New Blacks) is an important historical site in Rio de Janeiro. It sits atop a mass grave containing the bodies of enslaved Africans who died shortly after they had landed on the continent.
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