Episode description: A documentary about a historic African-American cemetery and the small band of Lexingtonians who have spent years restoring it. Thousands are buried at African Cemetery No. 2, including the winning jockey of the first Kentucky Derby, a number of Buffalo Soldiers, and a member of the Civil War's 54th Massachusetts Regiment. The 141-year-old cemetery was neglected and overgrown before volunteers began the work of restoring the grounds and gathering the life stories of those buried there. Produced by the Lexington Public Library's Cable Channel 20.
Rating: [TV-G] (General Audience)
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- KETKY: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 9:00 am EDT
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First aired: Sunday, November 14, 2010 (excluding any air dates prior to June 1999)
Price available upon request.
African Cemetery No. 2
P.O. Box 54874
Lexington, KY 40555-4874