Public AGISS Meeting: Formal Recommendations Report for the Memorialization of the Sacred Site

On Wednesday, June 23rd at 4 PM ET, the Advisory Group for the Inwood Sacred Site (AGISS) held virtually for public observation a meeting co-hosted by AGISS and BRC (the Bowery Residents’ Committee).


After months of intersectional collaboration, AGISS presented its formal recommendations report for the memorialization of the sacred site at 3966 Tenth Avenue.


The meeting was chaired by Meredith Horsford, Executive Director of the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum.

Presenters were:

  • Curtis Zunigha - Cultural Resources Director, Delaware Tribe of Indians

  • Chief Ayanda Ifadara Clarke - Ajibilu Awo of Osogbo, Founder and CEO, THE FADARA GROUP, LLC

  • Carol Stevens - Church of the Good Shepherd Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation Ministry

  • John T. Reddick - Historian & planner

Click here for a copy of the report. You can submit your feedback here.