Ser Seshsh Ab Heter (Clifford M Boxley) at the MAAFA, a slavery commemoration event in Congo Square, New Orleans, Louisisana. In Louisiana's French and Spanish colonial era of the 18th century, slaves were commonly allowed Sundays off from their work. They were allowed to gather in Congo Square where they would set up a market, sing, dance, and play music (the early strains of modern-day jazz). It was also the site for many voodoo ceremonies and events. For more information about the MAAFA event, visit: http://www.ashecac.org. STOCK -- NEVER PUBLISHED.